Quantum rules: an Effect can have more than one Operation View Full Text


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DATE

1988-03

AUTHORS

Samuel L. Braunstein, Carlton M. Caves

ABSTRACT

We review the formalism of Effects and Operations in order to demonstrate that this formalism is equivalent to the standard rules of quantum mechanics. D'Espagnat has studied an example where he finds a discrepancy between an analysis based on the standard quantum rule for calculating probabilities and an analysis that uses a particular Operation taken from the work of Barchielli and his collaborators. We use the formalism of Effects and Operations to explore and explain this discrepancy. More... »

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3-12

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