## Proceedings of the Conference Foundations of Probability and Physics: Växjö, Sweden, 25 November-1 December, 2000 (Google eBook) |

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### Contents

Refutation of Bells Theorem | 29 |

Extrinsic and Intrinsic Irreversibility in Probabilistic Dynamical Laws | 50 |

Interpretations of Probability and Quantum Theory | 71 |

Forcing Discretization and Determination in Quantum History | 85 |

Complex | 115 |

Ensemble Probabilistic Equilibrium and NonEquilibrium | 131 |

An Approach to Quantum Probability | 147 |

Innovation Approach to Stochastic Processes and Quantum | 161 |

Is Probability in Quantum | 219 |

A Probabilistic Inequality for the KochenSpecker Paradox | 236 |

Abstract Models of Probability | 257 |

Quantum KSystems and their Abelian Models | 274 |

Scattering in Quantum Tubes | 303 |

Is Random Event the Core Question? Some Remarks and a Proposal | 321 |

Constructive Foundations of Randomness | 337 |

Structure of Probabilistic Information and Quantum Laws | 350 |

Origin of Quantum Probabilities | 180 |

Nonconventional Viewpoint to Elements of Physical Reality Based | 201 |

Quantum Cryptography in Space and Bells Theorem | 364 |

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