Quantum Future: From Volta and Como to Present and Beyond. Proceedings of Xth Max Born Symposium Held in Przesieka, by Philippe BlanchardQuantum Future: From Volta and Como to Present and Beyond. Proceedings of Xth Max Born Symposium Held in Przesieka, by Philippe Blanchard

Quantum Future: From Volta and Como to Present and Beyond. Proceedings of Xth Max Born Symposium…

EditorPhilippe Blanchard, Arkadiusz Jadczyk

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This volume presents detailed discussions of a number of unsolved conceptual and technical issues arising, in particular, in the foundations of quantum theory and the philosophy of science. The 14 contributions capture a wide variety of viewpoints and backgrounds. Some chapters deal primarily with the main experimental issues; others focus on theoretical and philosophical questions. In addition, attempts are made to systematically analyze ways in which quantum physics can be connected to the neurosciences and consciousness research.
Title:Quantum Future: From Volta and Como to Present and Beyond. Proceedings of Xth Max Born Symposium…Format:HardcoverDimensions:270 pages

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ISBN - 10:3540652183

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Table of Contents

Continuous fuzzy measurements and visualization of a quantum transition.- Quantum jumps revisited: An overview of quantum trajectory theory.- Problems in objectizing.- Quantum chaos, algorithmic paradigm and irreversibility.- Objects, events and localization.- Observing the decoherence of the meter in a measurement: a variation on schrödinger's cat experiment.- Toward the demolition of a computational quantum brain.- Decoherence: Concepts and examples.- Metrical quantization.- Against measurement? - On the concept of information.- On interpretation and decoherence.- Quantum ontology and mind-matter synthesis.- Time as an observable.- Quantum optics of a single atom.