On 7/10/2013 11:25 PM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
I have given the equation. I try to explain this on FOAR but it relies on some
familiarity in logic.
Normally you should know already that physics is given by a measure on relative
computational continuations, and the logic explains already the statistical interferences.
QM is deterministic and there is only one 'computational continuation'; so it's not clear
to me how comp reproduces (or approximates?) this. Nor do I see what you mean by
statistical interferences. QM is a theory in complex Hilbert space; do you refer to the
interference of amplitudes in Feynman path integrals?
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