### Re: [Fis] Is quantum information the basis of spacetime?

WILL. Thus finally the cognitive elements appears, but in very surprisingly setting Yours, andrei Andrei Khrennikov, Professor of Applied Mathematics, Int. Center Math Modeling: Physics, Engineering, Economics, and Cognitive Sc. Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden My RECENT BOOKS: http://www.wo

### Re: [Fis] Is quantum information the basis of spacetime?

ritical... But I spent so much time by trying to understand what people are talking about. The output is ZERO. all the best, andrei Andrei Khrennikov, Professor of Applied Mathematics, Int. Center Math Modeling: Physics, Engineering, Economics, and Cognitive Sc. Linnaeus University, Växjö

### [Fis] QFT

I just complete the statement of Hans: the really relativistic treatment of quantum phenomena is done in the framework of quantum field theory, QFT. yours, Andrei Khrennikov, Professor of Applied Mathematics, International Center for Mathematical Modeling in Physics, Engineering

### Re: [Fis] It-from-Bit and information interpretation of QM

Dear all, I think that Wheeler's it from bit was the great step in physics, it was the basis of modern information interpretations of QM, due to Zeilinger and Brukner, and Quantum subjective probability interpretation of QM, QBism of Fuchs. yours, andrei Andrei Khrennikov, Professor

### [Fis] QM and information

Dear Marcus, I would ask for clarification on whether you speak of information in your examples as something that has innate meaning or something that is innately meaningless . . . which has been a core issue in earlier exchanges. If this issue of meaning versus meaningless in

### Re: [Fis] Probability Amplitudes

long ago in so called quantum tomographic approach of Vladimir Manko, but in this way quantum theory loses its simplicity and clarity, yours, andrei Andrei Khrennikov, Professor of Applied Mathematics, International Center for Mathematical Modeling in Physics, Engineering, Economics, and Cognitive

### Re: [Fis] Probability Amplitudes

Dear Joseph, you are going toward quantum probability theory where probabilities are determined by vectors; moreover, the vectors belong to complex Hilbert space, i.e., roughly speaking each probability has not only the direction but even the phase, andrei Andrei Khrennikov, Professor

### [Fis] Financial Heat Machine

, Durban 4041 South Africa T: +27 (31) 260 3248 / 260 2292 F: +27 (31) 260 3031 http://www.nu.ac.za/undphil/collier/index.html ___ fis mailing list fis@listas.unizar.es https://webmail.unizar.es/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fis Andrei

### Re: [Fis] informational economics?

to say how much one can proceed in such a framework. However, it is clear that the informational component plays an important role in modern economics. Andrei Khrennikov, professor of applied mathematics, director of International center for mathematical modeling in physics, engineering

### [Fis] Reply to Igor Rojdestvenski: Information Coordinate System

provides a better coordinate system, but I do not think that this was the end of information coordinate story. With Best Regards, Andrei Khrennikov Director of International Center for Mathematical Modeling in Physics, Engineering, Economy and Cognitive Sc., University of Vaxjo, Sweden

### [Fis] Concluding reply to Pedro: social construction of human knowledge

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### [Fis] QI-session: concluding remarks

). With Best Regards, Andrei Khrennikov Director of International Center for Mathematical Modeling in Physics, Engineering, Economy and Cognitive Sc., University of Vaxjo, Sweden ___ fis mailing list fis@listas.unizar.es http

### Re: [Fis] Quantum Information - Probability Functions and Information

Dear Steven, I was not able to reply you earlier. But I think that I should do this even so late after your Email. You posted problems which are very important (at least for me). 1. Quantum probability functions are either directly equivalent to probability functions in Shannon\'s

### [Fis] Reply to Ted Goranson: Quantum Gravity

fundamental theory is purely classical and QM is just an approximation of such a theory. So the postulate on the completeness of QM is not so innocent, it is not just a philosophic subject... With Best Regards, Andrei Khrennikov Director of International Center for Mathematical Modeling in Physics

### [Fis] Reply to Jakulin:Can quantum probabilities be always reduced to joint probabilities?

A and B; P(A=-1,B=+1|o(A),o(B))= 1/2 sin^2 (a-b)/2, and so on. We tokk this answer from QM. But you would not be able to find a single probability distribution for A,B,C. Therefore I speak about contextual probability theory. With Best Regards, Andrei Khrennikov Director of International Center

### [Fis] Measurement Problem, von Neumann projection postulate

of unitary evolution, before another environmental exchange, can be exceedingly short. Hope Ive been of some help, Steven. Cordially, Michael Devereux With Best Regards, Andrei Khrennikov Director of International Center for Mathematical Modeling in Physics, Engineering, Economy

### [Fis] QI and probabilities: reply to Michel Petitjean

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

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

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

Sampling Assumption in EPR-Bell Experiments] The main problem for me: to find such a dependence of statistics on experimental settings in other domains of science. May be somebody could come with some ideas? With Best Regards, Andrei Khrennikov Director of International Center for Mathematical

### [Fis] Reply to Eriksson Zenith: Unification of QI and CI?

nonlocality, you could proceed with such an interpretation. There is nothing wrong, since the mathematical apparatus is correct in any way! With Best Regards, Andrei Khrennikov Director of International Center for Mathematical Modeling in Physics, Engineering, Economy and Cognitive Sc., University