Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Relational Quantum Mechanics" by Federico Laudisa and Carlo Rovelli

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  • Bene, G., 1997, “Quantum reference systems: a new framework for quantum mechanics”, Physica, A242: 529–560. (Scholar)
  • Breuer, T., 1993, “The impossibility of accurate state self-measurements”, Philosophy of Science, 62: 197-214. (Scholar)
  • Crane, L., 1993, “Clock and Category: Is Quantum Gravity Algebraic?”, Journal of Mathematical Physics, 36: 6180–6193. (Scholar)
  • Dalla Chiara, M.L., 1977, “Logical self-reference, set theoretical paradoxes and the measurement problem in quantum mechanics”, Journal of Philosophical Logic, 6: 331–347. (Scholar)
  • Everett H., 1957, “‘Relative State’ Formulation of Quantum Mechanics,” Reviews of Modern Physics, 29: 454–462. (Scholar)
  • Dieks, D., 1989, “Resolution of the Measurement Problem through Decoherence of the Quantum State”, Physics letters, A142: 439–446. (Scholar)
  • Healey, R., 1989, The Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics: An Interactive Interpretation, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
  • Kochen, S., 1979, “The interpretation of quantum mechanics”, Princeton: Princeton University Preprint. (Scholar)
  • Laudisa, F., 2001, “The EPR Argument in a Relational Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics”, Foundations of Physics Letters, 14: 119–132. (Scholar)
  • Mermin, N.D., 1998, “What is quantum mechanics trying to tell us?”, American Journal of Physics, 66: 753–767. (Scholar)
  • Rovelli, C., 1996, “Relational quantum mechanics”, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 35: 1637–1678. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1997, “Half way through the woods”, in J. Earman and J.D. Norton (eds.), The Cosmos of Science, Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1998, “‘Incerto tempore, incertisque loci’: Can we compute the exact time at which a quantum measurement happens?”, Foundations of Physics, 28: 1031–1043. (Scholar)
  • Rovelli, C., and Smerlak, M., 2007, “Relational EPR”, Foundations of Physics, 37: 427–445. (Scholar)
  • Saunders, S., 1996, “Relativism”, in R. Clifton (ed.), Perspectives on Quantum Reality, Dordrecht: Kluwer. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1998, “Time, quantum mechanics and probability”, Synthese, 114: 373–404. (Scholar)
  • van Fraassen, B., 2010, “Rovelli's World”, Foundations of Physics 40(4): 390–417. (Scholar)

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