Philosophy of Science 36 (2):145-152 (1969)
|Abstract||The purpose of this paper is to resolve two paradoxes, which occur in quantum theory, by using the discussion of the theory of measurement presented in two earlier papers by the author , , . The two paradoxes discussed will be the Schrödinger cat paradox and the Einstein, Podolski, Rosen paradox . An introductory section will be included which summarizes the relevant results from the author's previous papers. Also a discussion will be made regarding the author's interpretation of the density operator|
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