A Quantum Mechanical Supertask

Foundations of Physics 29 (8):1265-1302 (1999)
That quantum mechanical measurement processes are indeterministic is widely known. The time evolution governed by the differential Schrödinger equation can also be indeterministic under the extreme conditions of a quantum supertask, the quantum analogue of a classical supertask. Determinism can be restored by requiring normalizability of the supertask state vector, but it must be imposed as an additional constraint on the differential Schrödinger equation.
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DOI 10.1023/A:1018859831633
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