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Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (5)

Beyond Classification and Prediction: The Promise of Physics-Informed Machine Learning in Astronomy and Cosmology   from philsciFri Feb 09 2024 22:02:20 (14 hours)# 1. Meskhidze, Helen (2024) Beyond Classification and Prediction: The Promise of Physics-Informed Machine Learning in Astronomy and Cosmology. [Preprint] Send To > Keep unreadDelete On the reality of the quantum state once again: A no-go theorem for psi-ontic models?… Read more →

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Decoherence-Free Subspaces Cannot Prevent the Collapse of Wave Functions   from quant-ph by Alfred Li Herschel A. Rabitz Benjamin LienhardFri Feb 02 2024 20:56:49 (16 hours)# 1. Ensuring the effectiveness of quantum information processing relies on prolonged coherence times and precise quantum control. Investigating the limitations of quantum information processing is vital for advancing the development of quantum processors and algorithms. One common… Read more →

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Robustness and the Event Horizon Telescope: the case of the first image of M87*   from philsciThu Jan 18 2024 01:58:47 (8 hours)# 1. Doboszewski, Juliusz and Elder, Jamee (2024) Robustness and the Event Horizon Telescope: the case of the first image of M87*. [Preprint] Send To > Keep unreadDelete A new theory of causation based on probability distribution determinism   from philsciWed… Read more →

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The Great Loop: From Conformal Cyclic Cosmology to Aeon Monism   from philsciWed Jan 10 2024 14:24:00 (3 hours)# 1. Le Bihan, Baptiste (2024) The Great Loop: From Conformal Cyclic Cosmology to Aeon Monism. [Preprint] Send To > Keep unreadDelete Physicists’ Views on Scientific Realism   from philsciWed Jan 10 2024 04:13:54 (13 hours)# 2. Henne, Céline and Tomczyk, Hannah and Sperber, Christopher… Read more →

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Relativity and Quantum Theory: Under the Spell of Today’s Paradigms. (arXiv:2312.17693v1 [physics.hist-ph])   from physics.hist-ph by Stefan WeigertMon Jan 01 2024 11:29:57 (5 hours)# 1. Thomas S. Kuhn interprets the development of the (natural) sciences as a specific dynamical process. Periods of piecemeal growth of knowledge based on widely accepted paradigms are interrupted by bursts of revolutionary changes which lead to new paradigms… Read more →

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Better Foundations for Subjective Probability   from philsciSat Dec 16 2023 08:30:12 (2 hours)# 1. Neth, Sven (2023) Better Foundations for Subjective Probability. [Preprint] Send To > Keep unreadDelete The entropy of finite gravitating regions. (arXiv:2312.08434v1 [hep-th])   from gr-qc by Vijay Balasubramanian, Charlie CummingsFri Dec 15 2023 11:11:08 (23 hours)# 2. We develop a formalism for calculating the entanglement entropy of an arbitrary spatial… Read more →

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Quantum reference frames, revisited. (arXiv:2312.03811v1 [gr-qc])   from  quant-ph  by  Matthew J. Lake, Marek Miller Fri Dec 08 2023 12:50:44 (1 day) # 1. The topic of quantum reference frames (QRFs) has attracted a great deal of attention in the recent literature. Potentially, the correct description of such frames is important for both the technological applications of quantum mechanics and… Read more →

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Might There Be No Quantum Gravity After All?   from  APS selected papers  by  Thomas Galley Mon Dec 04 2023 18:00:00 (19 hours) # 1. Author(s): Thomas Galley A proposed model unites quantum theory with classical gravity by assuming that states evolve in a probabilistic way, like a game of chance. [Physics 16, 203] Published Mon Dec 04, 2023   Send… Read more →

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On the (lack of) usefulness of professional philosophy of science   from  philsci Sat Nov 18 2023 05:57:12 (4 hours) # 1. Stamenkovic, Philippe (2023) On the (lack of) usefulness of professional philosophy of science. [Preprint]   Send To > Keep unreadDelete Tension for a Hubble-Tension Solution   from  APS selected papers  by  Michael Schirber Fri Nov 17 2023 18:00:00 (16 hours)… Read more →

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Which black hole is spinning? Probing the origin of black-hole spin with gravitational waves. (arXiv:2311.05182v1 [astro-ph.HE])   from  gr-qc  by  Christian Adamcewicz, Paul D. Lasky, Eric Thrane Fri Nov 10 2023 11:42:01 (23 hours) # 1. Theoretical studies of angular momentum transport suggest that isolated stellar-mass black holes are born with negligible dimensionless spin magnitudes $\chi \lesssim 0.01$. However, recent… Read more →

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Do the CMB Temperature Fluctuations Conserve Parity?   from  PRL  by  Oliver H. E. Philcox Fri Nov 03 2023 18:00:00 (14 hours) # 1. Author(s): Oliver H. E. Philcox Observations of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) have cemented the notion that the large-scale Universe is both statistically homogeneous and isotropic. But is it invariant also under reflections? To probe this we require… Read more →