The Two-Time Interpretation and Macroscopic Time-Reversibility
AbstractThe two-state vector formalism motivates a time-symmetric interpretation of quantum mechanics that entails a resolution of the measurement problem. We revisit a post-selection-assisted collapse model previously suggested by us, claiming that unlike the thermodynamic arrow of time, it can lead to reversible dynamics at the macroscopic level. In addition, the proposed scheme enables us to characterize the classical-quantum boundary. We discuss the limitations of this approach and its broad implications for other areas of physics. View Full-Text
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Aharonov, Y.; Cohen, E.; Landsberger, T. The Two-Time Interpretation and Macroscopic Time-Reversibility. Entropy 2017, 19, 111.
Aharonov Y, Cohen E, Landsberger T. The Two-Time Interpretation and Macroscopic Time-Reversibility. Entropy. 2017; 19(3):111.Chicago/Turabian Style
Aharonov, Yakir; Cohen, Eliahu; Landsberger, Tomer. 2017. "The Two-Time Interpretation and Macroscopic Time-Reversibility." Entropy 19, no. 3: 111.
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