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QDN quantized detector networks is a description of quantum processes in which the principal focus is on observers and their apparatus, rather than on states of SUOs systems under observation. It is a realization of Heisenbergs original instrumentalist approach to quantum physics and can deal with time dependent apparatus, multiple observers and inter-frame physics. QDN is most naturally expressed in the mathematical language of quantum computation, a language ideally suited to describe quantum experiments as processes of information exchange between observers and their apparatus. Examples in quantum optics are given, showing how the formalism deals with quantum interference, non-locality and entanglement. Particle decays, relativity and non-linearity in quantum mechanics are discussed.



Author: George Jaroszkiewicz

Source: https://archive.org/







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