Notes and Papers of Interest
Bell Stuff
- Ghostly action at a distance: a non-technical explanation of the Bell inequality - Alford
- John Bell and the Nature of the Quantum World - Bertlmann
- On modifications of Reichenbach's principle of common cause in light of Bell's theorem - Cavalcanti and Lal
- How the Quantum Sorites Phenomenon Strengthens Bell's Argument - Forster
- John Stuart Bell: recollections of a great scientist and a great man - Ghirardi
- Experimental loophole-free violation of a Bell inequality using entangled electron spins separated by 1.3 km - Hensen, Bernien, Dreau, Reiserer, Kalb, Blok, Ruitenberg, Vermeulen, Schouten, Abellan, Amaya, Prumeri, Mitchell, Markham, Twitchen, Elkouss, Wehner, Taminiau, and Hanson
- A strong loophole-free test of local realism - Shalm, Meyer-Scott, Christensen, Bierhorst, Wayne, Stevens, Gerrits, Glancy, Hamel, Allman, Coakley, Dyer, Hodge, Lita, Verma, Lambrocco, Tortorici, Migdall, Zhang, Kumor, Farr, Marsili, Shaw, Stern, Abellan, Amaya, Pruneri, Jennewein, Mitchell, Kwiat, Bienfang, Mirin, Knill, and Nam
- Simplest proof of Bell's inequality - Maccone
- What Bell Did - Maudlin
- Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen correlations and Bell correlations in the simplest scenario - Quan, Zhu, Fan and Yang
- How Einstein and/or Schrodinger should have discovered Bell's Theorem in 1936 - Rudolph
- From Einstein's Theorem to Bell's Theorem: A History of Quantum Nonlocality - Wiseman
- The Two Bell's Theorems of John Bell - Wiseman
- Quantum non-locality - It ain't necessarily so... - Zukowski and Brukner
- Bell's theorem tells us not what quantum mechanics is, but what quantum mechanics is not. - Zukowski
Boccio Notes
Collapse Theories
Decoherence
- Quantum Statistical Mechanics. I. Decoherence, Wave Function Collapse, and the von Neumann Density Matrix - Attard
- Niels Bohr as Philosopher of Experiment: Does Decoherence Theory Challenge Bohr's Doctrine of Classical Concepts? - Camilleri and Schlosshauer
- Less Interpretation and More Decoherence in Quantum Gravity and Inflationary Cosmology - Crull
- Decoherence from spin environments - Cucchietti, Paz and Zurek
- Partial Traces in Decoherence and in Interpretation: What Do Reduced States Refer to? - Fortin and Lombardi
- Einselection of Pointer Observables: The New H-Theorem? - Kastner
- Comment on Quantum Darwinism, Decoherence, and the Randomness of Quantum Jumps, arxiv:1412.5206 - Kastner
- Quantum probabilities from combination of Zurek's envariance and Gleason's theorem - Nenashev
- Predecoherence: before Decoherence and Collapse - Omnes
- Decoherence, the measurement problem, and interpretations - Schlosshauer
- The quantum-to-classical transition: Bohr's doctrine of classical concepts, emergent classicality, and decoherence - Schlosshauer and Camilleri
- A General Derivation of Pointer States: Decoherence and Classicality - Urasaki
- Is the Preferred Basis selected by the environment? - Wang and Hobill
- QUANTUM DARWINISM, CLASSICAL REALITY,
and the randomness of quantum jumps - Zurek
General Notes
Probability
Quantum Bayesianism
Quantum Interpretation
- Mind and Matter - Appleby
- Contexts, Systems and Modalities: a new ontology for quantum mechanics - Auffeves and Grangier
- A simple derivation of Born's rule with and without Gleason's theorem. - Auffeves and Grangier
- Ontological Models in Quantum Mechanics: What do they tell us? - Ballentine
- Is Nature OO? - Barrand
- No-faster-than-light-signaling implies linear evolutions. A re-derivation - Bassi
- Was Einstein Wrong on Quantum Physics? - Bhaumik
- Thermodynamical cost of some interpretations of quantum theory - Cabello, Gu, Guhne, Larsson and Wiesner
- Voices of Silence, Novelties of Noise: Oblivion and Hesitation as Origins of Quantum Mysteries - Cohen and Elitzur
- No extension of quantum theory can have improved predictive power - Colbeck and Renner
- Free randomness can be amplified - Colbeck and Renner
- Is a system's wave function in one-to-one correspondence with its elements of reality? - Colbeck and Renner
- The completeness of quantum theory for predicting measurement outcomes - Colbeck and Renner
- A short note on the concept of free choice - Colbeck and Renner
- A system's wave function is uniquely determined by its underlying physical state - Colbeck and Renner
- The quantum field theory interpretation of quantum mechanics - de la Torre
- Rethinking the scientific enterprise: in defense of reductionism - Durham
- Shut up and let me think! Or why you should work on the foundations of quantum mechanics as much as you please - Echenique-Robba
- On Quantum Theory - Englert
- Partial traces in decoherence and in interpretation: What do reduced states refer to? - Fortin and Lombardi
- An axiomatic formulation of the Montevideo interpretation of quantum mechanics - Gambini, Garcia-Pintos and Pullin
- The Montevideo Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics: a short review - Gambini and Pullin
- The Montevideo interpretation of quantum mechanics: frequently asked questions - Gambini and Pullin
- Undecidability and the problem of outcomes in quantum measurements - Gambini, Garcia-Pintos and Pullin
- Conditional probabilities with Dirac observables and the problem of time in quantum gravity - Gambini, Porto, Pullin and Torterolo
- Quantum Theory: A Pragmatist Approach - Healey
- Derivation of quantum mechanics from a single fundamental modification of the relations between physical properties - Hoffman
- The quantum laws of physics: a new description of dynamics and causality - Hoffman
- On the fundamental role of dynamics in quantum physics - Hoffman
- The Copenhagen Interpretation as an Emergent Phenomenon - Hollowood
- The Emergent Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics - Hollowood
- New Modal Quantum Mechanics - Hollowood
- The Copenhagen Interpretation Born Again - Hollowood
- Copenhagen Quantum Mechanics - Hollowood
- What Makes a Classical Concept Classical? Toward a Reconstruction of Niels Bohr's Philosophy of Physics - Howard
- Revisiting the Einstein-Bohr Dialogue - Howard
- Emergence: Key physical issues for deeper philosophical inquiries - Hu
- No Return to Classical Reality - Jennings and Leifer
- Realism and Objectivism in QM - Karakostas
- A Flea on Schrodinger's Cat - Landsman and Reuvers
- Quantum Mechanics versus Macroscopic Realism: Is the Flux There when Nobody Looks? - Leggett and Garg
- A non-local quantum eraser - Ma, Kofler, Qarry, Tetik, Scheidl, Ursin, Ramelow, Herbst, Ratschbacher, Fedrizzi, Jennewein, Zeilinger
- The Ithaca Interpretation of QM and Objective realism - McCall
- Ithaca Interpretation of QM - Mermin
- What QM is Trying to tell us - Mermin
- What Do These Correlations Know about Reality? Nonlocality and the Absurd - Mermin
- Internal environment: What is it like to be a Schrodinger cat? - Nicolic
- Evolution without evolution: Dynamics described by stationary observables - Page and Wooters
- Objective Reality of Pointer States - Qureshi
- A reasonable thing that just might work - Rohrlich
- Evidence of entanglement, or: Is Schrodinger's cat really entangled? - Ranade and Dechoum
- Quantum diffusion falsifies the concept of classical trajectories by violation of Leggett-Garg inequality - Robens, Alt, Meschede, Emary and Alberti
- Quantum interpretations feel the heat - Siegfried
- Precedence and Freedom in QM - Smolin
- Quantum mechanics and the principle of maximal variety - Smolin
- Why Current Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics are Deficient - Tammaro
- Delayed Choice Contextuality:A way to rule out Contextual Hidden Variables - Thompson, Gu, Kurzynski, Lee and Kaszlikowski
- Quantum Theory and Determinism - Vaidman
- Counterfactuals in Quantum Mechanics - Vaidman
- Is the World Local or Nonlocal? Towards an Emergent Quantum Mechanics in the 21st Century - Walleczek and Grossing
- The super-indeterminism in orthodox quantum mechanics does not implicate the reality of experimenter free will - Walleczek
- Quantum States as Ordinary Information - Wharton
- John Bell's Varying Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics - Zeh
- Feynman's Interpretation of Quantum Theory - Zeh
Quantum Measurement
State Reduction
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