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Title: Relative-State Formulation of Quantum Mechanics
Url: https://plato.stanford.edu/archives/spr2003/entries/qm-everett/
Creator: Barrett, Jeffrey Alan
Publisher: Stanford University
Description: This entry in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy contains a comprehensive introduction of Everett's relative-state formulation of quantum mechanics. It explores the many attempts to reconstruct and interpret this no-collapse theory.
LC Classification: Philosophy. Psychology. Religion
Philosophy. Psychology. Religion -- Philosophy (General) -- Philosophy. Methodology. Relation to other topics -- Relation to science
Science -- Physics -- Atomic physics. Constitution and properties of matter -- Quantum theory. Quantum mechanics
GEM Subject: Science -- Physics
Philosophy
Key Concept: Physics -- Quantum mechanics
Date Issued: 2003
Resource Type: Reference Material
Format: Document -- HTML
Audience: Educator
Education Level: High School
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Language: English
Rights: Jeffrey Barrett
Access Rights: Free access
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