Interpretation Quantum Mechanics

Interpretation Quantum Mechanics The interpretation of quantum mechanics has been controversial since the introduction of quantum theory in the s Although the Copenhagen interpretation is commonly accepted its usual formulation

  • Title: Interpretation Quantum Mechanics
  • Author: Roland Omnès
  • ISBN: 9780691033365
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The interpretation of quantum mechanics has been controversial since the introduction of quantum theory in the 1920s Although the Copenhagen interpretation is commonly accepted, its usual formulation suffers from some serious drawbacks Based mainly on Bohr s concepts, the formulation assumes an independent and essential validity of classical concepts running in parallelThe interpretation of quantum mechanics has been controversial since the introduction of quantum theory in the 1920s Although the Copenhagen interpretation is commonly accepted, its usual formulation suffers from some serious drawbacks Based mainly on Bohr s concepts, the formulation assumes an independent and essential validity of classical concepts running in parallel with quantum ones, and leaves open the possibility of their ultimate conflict In this book, Roland Omn

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    About "Roland Omnès"

    1. Roland Omnès

      Roland Omn s is the author of several books which aim to close the gap between our common sense experience of the classical world and the complex, formal mathematics which is now required to accurately describe reality at its most fundamental level.Omn s is currently Professor Emeritus of Theoretical Physics in the Facult des sciences at Orsay, at the Universit Paris Sud XI He has been instrumental in developing the consistent histories and quantum decoherence approaches in quantum mechanics.enpedia wiki Roland_O

    963 thoughts on “Interpretation Quantum Mechanics”

    1. I think this is a really excellent, pleasant read about QM (not every excellent read about QM is also a pleasant read!). For some reason, however, deletes the author's name -- the book is written by Roland Omnes (Professor of Physics, University of Paris XI).


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