Coexistence of questions versus Piron's compatibility

Foundations of Physics 24 (8):1131-1152 (1994)
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The notion of coexistence between questions is introduced in the framework of Piron's approach to quantum physics, using Aerts' notion of performable-together questions. Relationships between coexistence of questions and Piron's compatibility of propositions are investigated. In particular, properties generated by coexistent and primitive questions are compatible



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