Artículos de revistas
The Measurement Process in the Generalized Contexts Formalism for Quantum Histories
Losada, Marcelo Adrián; Vanni, Leonardo; Laura, Roberto Domingo Eugenio; The Measurement Process in the Generalized Contexts Formalism for Quantum Histories; Springer/Plenum Publishers; International Journal of Theoretical Physics; 55; 2; 2-2016; 817-824
Losada, Marcelo Adrián
Laura, Roberto Domingo Eugenio
In the interpretations of quantum mechanics involving quantum histories there is no collapse postulate and the measurement is considered as a quantum interaction between the measured system and the measured instrument. For two consecutive non ideal measurements on the same system, we prove that both pointer indications at the end of each measurement are compatible properties in our generalized context formalism for quantum histories. Inmediately after the first measurement an effective state for the measured system is deduced from the formalism, generalizing the state that would be obtained by applying the state collapse postulate.