Quantum Markov Processes
Quantum mechanics is both a new mechanics and a new probability theory. The probabilities obtained as an output of quantum theoretical computations are interpreted by the physicists exactly in the same way as the probabilities computed with more traditional tools (namely, in most cases, as expected relative frequencies).
KeywordsCompatibility Equation Complex Separable Hilbert Space Quantum Markov Chain Transition Expectation General Probabilistic Theory
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