Interference, noncommutativity, and determinateness in quantum mechanics

Topoi 14 (1):39-43 (1995)
I consider to what extent the phenomenon of interference precludes the possibility of attributing simultaneously determinate values to noncommuting observables, and I show that, while all observables can in principle be taken as simultaneously determinate, it suffices to take a suitable privileged observable as determinate to solve the measurement problem.
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