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  1. Christian de Ronde, Hector Freytes & Graciela Domenech (2014). Interpreting the Modal Kochen–Specker Theorem: Possibility and Many Worlds in Quantum Mechanics. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 45:11-18.
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  2. Hector Freytes & Graciela Domenech (2013). Quantum Computational Logic with Mixed States. Mathematical Logic Quarterly 59 (1):27-50.
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  3. Graciela Domenech, Hector Freytes & Christian de Ronde (2009). Modal‐Type Orthomodular Logic. Mathematical Logic Quarterly 55 (3):307-319.
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  4. Graciela Domenech, Federico Holik & Décio Krause (2008). Q-Spaces and the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics. Foundations of Physics 38 (11):969-994.
    Our aim in this paper is to take quite seriously Heinz Post’s claim that the non-individuality and the indiscernibility of quantum objects should be introduced right at the start, and not made a posteriori by introducing symmetry conditions. Using a different mathematical framework, namely, quasi-set theory, we avoid working within a label-tensor-product-vector-space-formalism, to use Redhead and Teller’s words, and get a more intuitive way of dealing with the formalism of quantum mechanics, although the underlying logic should be modified. We build (...)
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  5. Graciela Domenech & Federico Holik (2007). A Discussion on Particle Number and Quantum Indistinguishability. Foundations of Physics 37 (6):855-878.
    The concept of individuality in quantum mechanics shows radical differences from the concept of individuality in classical physics, as E. Schrödinger pointed out in the early steps of the theory. Regarding this fact, some authors suggested that quantum mechanics does not possess its own language, and therefore, quantum indistinguishability is not incorporated in the theory from the beginning. Nevertheless, it is possible to represent the idea of quantum indistinguishability with a first-order language using quasiset theory (Q). In this work, we (...)
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