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  1. Unification of Two Approaches to Quantum Logic: Every Birkhoff -von Neumann Quantum Logic is a Partial Infinite-Valued Łukasiewicz Logic.Jarosław Pykacz - 2010 - Studia Logica 95 (1-2):5 - 20.
    In the paper it is shown that every physically sound Birkhoff - von Neumann quantum logic, i.e., an orthomodular partially ordered set with an ordering set of probability measures can be treated as partial infini te-valued Lukasiewicz logic, which unifies two competing approaches: the many-valued, and the two-valued but non-distributive, which have co-existed in the quantum logic theory since its very beginning.
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  • Causal Anomalies and the Completeness of Quantum Theory.Roger Jones - 1977 - Synthese 35 (1):41 - 78.
  • Unification of Two Approaches to Quantum Logic: Every Birkhoff – von Neumann Quantum Logic is a Partial Infinite-Valued Łukasiewicz Logic.Jarosław Pykacz - 2010 - Studia Logica 95 (1-2):5-20.
  • Hans Reichenbach on the Logic of Quantum Mechanics.Donald Richard Nilson - 1977 - Synthese 34 (3):313 - 360.
  • How Reichenbach Solved the Quantum Measurement Problem.Thomas Bonk - 2001 - Dialectica 55 (4):291–314.
    Reichenbach's interpretation of quantum mechanics has been narrowly reduced to the advocacy of a three‐valued logic. His interpretation rests, though, on the same rich epistemological framework that shapes his influential analysis of space‐time theories. Different interpretations of the quantum formalism, with their conflicting ontologies and causes, emerge in this view as “equivalent descriptions”. One casualty of the conventionalist approach is the measurement problem. I give reasons for why Reichenbach's view on the nature of interpretations of quantum theory cannot be defended.
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  • How Reichenbach Solved the Quantum Measurement Problem.Thomas Bonk - 2001 - Dialectica 55 (4):291-314.
    Reichenbach's interpretation of quantum mechanics has been narrowly reduced to the advocacy of a three‐valued logic. His interpretation rests, though, on the same rich epistemological framework that shapes his influential analysis of space‐time theories. Different interpretations of the quantum formalism, with their conflicting ontologies and causes, emerge in this view as “equivalent descriptions”. One casualty of the conventionalist approach is the measurement problem. I give reasons for why Reichenbach's view on the nature of interpretations of quantum theory cannot be defended.
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  • Bohm's Theory: Common Sense Dismissed.James T. Cushing - 1993 - Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 24 (5):815-842.