Non-monotonic probability theory for n-state quantum systems

In previous work, a non-standard theory of probability was formulated and used to systematize interference effects involving the simplest type of quantum systems. The main result here is a self-contained, non-trivial generalization of that theory to capture interference effects involving a much broader range of quantum systems. The discussion also focuses on interpretive matters having to do with the actual/virtual distinction, non-locality, and conditional probabilities.
Keywords Non-locality  Quantum interference  Non-monotonic probability  Virtual events
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DOI 10.1016/j.shpsb.2007.04.006
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