Foundations of Physics 44 (12):1258-1268 (2014)

The so-called classical limit of quantum mechanics is generally studied in terms of the decoherence of the state operator that characterizes a system. This is not the only possible approach to decoherence. In previous works we have presented the possibility of studying the classical limit in terms of the decoherence of relevant observables of the system. On the basis of this approach, in this paper we introduce the classical limit from a logical perspective, by studying the way in which the logical structure of quantum properties corresponding to relevant observables acquires Boolean characteristics
Keywords Logic  Decoherence  Lattice  Boolean
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DOI 10.1007/s10701-014-9805-1
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