The interpretation of quantum mechanics: from disagreement to consensus?

Author(s): M. Schlosshauer, J. Kofler, A. Zeilinger

Journal: Ann. Phys.

Volume: 525

Page(s): A51-A54

Year: 2013

DOI Number: 10.1002/andp.201300722

Link: Link to publication

Abstract:

Quantum theory is a phenomenally successful cornerstone of physics. But a recent poll among quantum physicists shows that there is still little agreement on what the theory tells us about physical reality. Yet precious bits of consensus are emerging.

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