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The Present Situation in Quantum Theory and its Merging with General Relativity

We discuss the problems of quantum theory (QT) complicating its merging with general relativity (GR). QT is treated as a general theory of micro-phenomena—a bunch of models. Quantum mechanics (QM) and quantum field theory (QFT) are the most widely known (but, e.g., Bohmian mechanics is also a part of QT). The basic problems of QM and QFT are considered in interrelation. For QM, we ...

Towards Better Understanding QBism

Andrei Khrennikov 0 0 International Center for Mathematical Modelling in Physics and Cognitive Sciences, Linnaeus University , 351 95 Va ̈xjo ̈ , Sweden Recently I posted a paper entitled ''External ... generalization of FTP. Andrei Khrennikov is Professor of Mathematics at the Department of Mathematics at Linnaeus University (Sweden). He is also director of the research institute ‘‘International Center for

Quantum Probabilities and Violation of CHSH-Inequality from Classical Random Signals and Threshold Type Detection Scheme

Andrei Khrennikov 0 Subject Index: 0 0 International Center for Mathematical Modelling in Physics and Cognitive Sciences, Linnaeus University , Vaxjo, S-35195, Sweden We present a purely wave model

Quantum Models for Psychological Measurements: An Unsolved Problem

There has been a strong recent interest in applying quantum theory (QT) outside physics, including in cognitive science. We analyze the applicability of QT to two basic properties in opinion polling. The first property (response replicability) is that, for a large class of questions, a response to a given question is expected to be repeated if the question is posed again, ...

Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox, Bell's inequality, and the projection postulate

Andrei Khrennikov 0 0 School of Mathematics and Systems Engineering Vaxjo University , S-35195, Sweden Our aim is to understand the role of implicit assumptions which has been used by Einstein