29 April 2008 Hidden time interpretation of quantum mechanics and no-protocol argument
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Proceedings Volume 7023, Quantum Informatics 2007; 70230D (2008) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.801906
Event: Quantum Informatics 2007, 2007, Moscow, Russian Federation
Abstract
Previously suggested hidden time interpretation of quantum mechanics allows to reproduce the same predictions as standard quantum mechanics provides, since it is based on Feynman many - paths formulation of QM. While new experimental consequences of this interpretation are under investigation, some advantages can be enumerated. (1) The interpretation is much field theoretic - like in classical sense, so it is local in mathematical sense, though quantum (physical) non-locality is preserved. (2) The interpretation is based on one type of mathematical objects, rather than two different (Hilbert space vectors and operators). (3) The interpretation, as it was argued, overcomes the problem of hidden variables in a radically new way, with no conflict to Bell's theorem. Recently an important argument against hidden variables - like formulations of quantum theory was risen - "no protocol" argument. It is argued in the paper, that hidden time interpretation successfully overcomes this argument.
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P. V. Kurakin, P. V. Kurakin, } "Hidden time interpretation of quantum mechanics and no-protocol argument", Proc. SPIE 7023, Quantum Informatics 2007, 70230D (29 April 2008); doi: 10.1117/12.801906; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.801906
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