Quantum mechanics: are there quantum jumps? Trieste, Italy, 5 September 2005 and on the present status of quantum mechanics Lošinj, Croatia 7-9 September 2005 [Book Review]

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Melville, NY: American Institute of Physics (2006)
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Abstract

This conference brought together experts in different fields related to the foundations of quantum mechanics, ranging from mathematical physics to experimental physics, as well as the philosophy of science. The major topics discussed are: collapse models, Bohemian mechanics and their relativistic extensions, other alternative formulation of quantum mechanics, properties of entanglement, statistical physics and probability theory, new experimental results, as well as philosophical and epistemological issues

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