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Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (9)

Many-Body Interference at the Onset of Chaos   from  PRL: General Physics: Statistical and Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Information, etc.  by  Eric Brunner, Lukas Pausch, Edoardo G. Carnio, Gabriel Dufour, Alberto Rodríguez, and Andreas Buchleitner Fri Feb 24 2023 18:00:00 (16 hours) # 1. Author(s): Eric Brunner, Lukas Pausch, Edoardo G. Carnio, Gabriel Dufour, Alberto Rodríguez, and Andreas Buchleitner We unveil… Read more →

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Sleeping Beauty Remains Undecided   from  PhilSci-Archive: No conditions. Results ordered -Date Deposited. Fri Dec 30 2022 21:22:11 (12 hours) # 1. Burock, Marc (2022) Sleeping Beauty Remains Undecided. [Preprint]   Send To > Keep unreadDelete What good is Haag’s no-go theorem? What axiomatic methods can teach us about particle physics   from  PhilSci-Archive: No conditions. Results ordered -Date Deposited. Fri Dec… Read more →

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A Note on Density Matrix Realism   from  PhilSci-Archive: No conditions. Results ordered -Date Deposited. Sat Oct 22 2022 01:45:12 (7 hours) # 1. Gao, Shan (2022) A Note on Density Matrix Realism. [Preprint]   Send To > Keep unreadDelete Reconciling temporal experience with physical time: an integration of phenomenology, neuropsychology, and physics   from  PhilSci-Archive: No conditions. Results ordered -Date Deposited…. Read more →

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Fundamental Limitation on the Detectability of Entanglement. (arXiv:2208.02518v1 [quant-ph]) 上午10:42 | Pengyu Liu, Zhenhuan Liu, Shu Chen, Xiongfeng Ma | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org Entanglement detection is essential in quantum information science and quantum many-body physics. It has been proved that entanglement exists almost surely for a random quantum state, while the realizations of effective entanglement criteria usually consume exponential… Read more →

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A note on the inner products of pure states and their antidistinguishability. (arXiv:2206.08313v1 [quant-ph]) 上午11:01 | Vincent Russo, Jamie Sikora | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org A set of d quantum states is said to be antidistinguishable if there exists a d-outcome POVM that can perfectly identify which state was not measured. A conjecture by Havl\’i\v{c}ek and Barrett states that if… Read more →

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Entanglement, Complexity, and Causal Asymmetry in Quantum Theories. (arXiv:2204.06742v1 [physics.hist-ph]) 上午8:51 | Porter Williams | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org It is often claimed that one cannot locate a notion of causation in fundamental physical theories. The reason most commonly given is that the dynamics of those theories do not support any distinction between the past and the future, and this… Read more →

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Temporal binding: digging into animal minds through time perception 上午8:00 | Latest Results for Synthese Abstract Temporal binding is the phenomenon in which events related as cause and effect are perceived by humans to be closer in time than they actually are (Haggard et al. in Nat Neurosci 5(4):382–385, 2002, https://doi.org/10.1038/nn827). Despite the fact that temporal binding experiments with humans… Read more →

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Classical and Quantum Measurement Theory. (arXiv:2201.04667v1 [quant-ph]) 上午10:15 | Peter Morgan | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org Classical and quantum measurement theories are usually held to be different because the algebra of classical measurements is commutative, however the Poisson bracket allows noncommutativity to be added naturally. After we introduce noncommutativity into classical measurement theory, we can also add quantum noise, differentiated… Read more →

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A historical review and Bibliometric analysis of research on Weak measurement research over the past decades based on Biblioshiny. (arXiv:2108.11375v1 [cs.DL]) 上午9:55 | Jing-Hui Huang, Xue-Ying Duan, Fei-Fan He, Guang-Jun Wang, Xiang-Yun Hu | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org Weak measurement has enabled fundamental studies in both experiment and theory of quantum measurement. Numerous researches have indicated that weak measurements have… Read more →

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Why we cannot see the tails of Schrödinger’s cat  Philsci-Archive: No conditions. Results ordered -Date Deposited. on 2018-12-15 4:13am GMT Gao, Shan (2018) Why we cannot see the tails of Schrödinger’s cat. [Preprint] QBism and the Ithaca Desiderata. (arXiv:1812.05549v1 [quant-ph])  quant-ph updates on arXiv.org on 2018-12-15 1:27am GMT Authors: Blake C. Stacey In 1996, N. David Mermin proposed a set of… Read more →