A remark on the modal interpretation of algebraic quantum field theory

Physics Letters A 331 (3-4):181-186 (2004)

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Clifton determined the maximal beable algebra for each faithful normal state in a local algebra [Phys. Lett. A 271 (2000) 167, Proposition 1]. In the present Letter we will determine the maximal beable algebra for any normal state under the same conditions as Clifton's.
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