Locality and Causality Principles
This Chapter provides a brief overview of the interconnections between the various causality and locality concepts in algebraic quantum field theory such as causal dynamics, primitive causality, local primitive causality, no-signaling, selective and nonselective measurements, local determinism, stochastic Einstein locality.
KeywordsCausal dynamics Local primitive causality No-signaling Stochastic Einstein locality
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