Realistic spin

Foundations of Physics 22 (1):107-120 (1992)
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Abstract

We present a realistic model in which spin measurements are represented by functions. By employing a simple amplitude density, we derive the usual spin distributions and matrices for the spin-1/2 case. The spin-1 case is also considered. Moreover, we derive the amplitude density itself from deeper principles involving a real-valued influence function

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