[Fis] QI and probabilities: reply to Michel Petitjean

2006-05-27 Thread Andrei Khrennikov
Dear Michael, The question on the difference between classical and quantum probabilities is really fundamental for QI. The situation is not so simple as it was described in the Email below. Yes, I agree that if we consider one fixed experimental arrangement then we obtain the usual

[Fis] Noncommuting observables: reply to Srinandan Dasmahapatra

2006-05-27 Thread Andrei Khrennikov
Dear Srinandan, Your question about teh difference in statistical data for commuting and noncommuting observables is extremely important for probabilistic foundations of QM. First I recall my and yours points: On 20-May-06, at 11:13 AM, Andrei Khrennikov wrote: the real problem is

[Fis] Bell\'s inequality: Can we find its classical analogue? Classical and Quantum waves

2006-05-27 Thread Andrei Khrennikov
Dear Aleks, On one hand I like very much your example and discussion, but on the other hand I do not think that your example can be used to illustrate the situation with BellĀ“s inequality. Aleks: Bell\'s formulation implies that the hidden variable is independent of the configuration of