Identification of hidden variables through Everett’s formalism
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It is well known that the conventional interpretation of quantum mechanics entails several paradoxes which have not been resolved in a complete and convincing way. To avoid these paradoxes other interpretations were suggested and advances, among which were the “hidden variables” theory (HV) of Bohm and Bub , and the “relative state” theory of Everett . These HV have not, up to now, been identified, but if we compare these theories we can show an equivalence between them, and arrive at a possible definition of the HV.
Key wordshidden variables memory sequence relative state universal wave function
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