Basic Quantum-Mechanical Equipment
Quantum theoretical description of quantum objects differs essentially from the classical description. Quantum theory, unlike the classical theory, is a statistical theory in principle. The laws of quantum theory do not govern the actual behavior of a particular object, but give the probability of the various ways in which the object may behave as a result of an interaction with its surroundings. Several postulates form the basis of the quantum description of physical phenomena.
KeywordsEntropy Manifold Coherence Suffix
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.