Quantum Theory and Measurement
John Archibald Wheeler, Wojciech Hubert Zurek
Princeton University Press, 1983 - Science - 811 pages
The forty-nine papers collected here illuminate the meaning of quantum theory as it is disclosed in the measurement process. Together with an introduction and a supplemental annotated bibliography, they discuss issues that make quantum theory, overarching principle of twentieth-century physics, appear to many to prefigure a new revolution in science.
Originally published in 1983.
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