Foundations of Physics 25 (6):851-870 (1995)

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An algorithm for handling imperfect instruments is developed in the framework of quantum theory. As an illustration the problem of light passing through a set of imperfect polarizers is discussed. It is shown that the results obtained in this way are in agreement with experimental data
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