Gregg Jaeger

Measurement and Macroscopicity: Overcoming Conceptual Imprecision in Quantum Measurement Theory

Gregg Jaeger Submitted to “Quantum Nonlocality and Reality – 50 Years of Bell’s theorem” John S. Bell, of course, is most well known for the result now referred to simply as “Bell’s theorem”, which removed from consideration the class of so-called local hidden-variable theories which at the time of its publishing appeared to be the most natural class of theories… Read more →