6 edition of **Nonlocality in Quantum Physics** found in the catalog.

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Published
**July 31, 1999**
by Springer
.

Written in English

- Relativistic quantum mechanics & quantum field theory,
- Science,
- Science/Mathematics,
- Nuclear Physics,
- Physics,
- Science / Nuclear Physics,
- Science / Quantum Theory,
- Science : Nuclear Physics,
- Science : Physics,
- Philosophy,
- Quantum Theory

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Hardcover |

Number of Pages | 226 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL9787022M |

ISBN 10 | 030646182X |

ISBN 10 | 9780306461828 |

Bell's theorem, which states that the predictions of quantum theory cannot be accounted for by any local theory, represents one of the most profound developments in the foundations of physics. In the last two decades, Bell's theorem has been a central theme of research from a variety of perspectives, mainly motivated by quantum information science, where the nonlocality of quantum . In his first book, Quantum Non-Locality and Relativity (), Maudlin explains Bell's Theorem and the tension between violations of Bell's inequality and mater: University of Pittsburgh, Yale University.

'This anthology brims with affection for John Stewart Bell and illustrates a fascination with his eponymous theorem on quantum nonlocality Over two-dozen authors have contributed chapters to this book, providing a wide scope of ideas about the fundamental physics of the theorem, and competing interpretations of its meaning and implications.'. The author, Nicolas Gisin, is a world-class expert in the subject of the book's subtitle: quantum "nonlocality, teleportation, and other quantum marvels". He was a principal investigator of an experiment performed in near Geneva, Swizerland that gave nearly watertight evidence for one of the strangest properties of quantum theory /5.

Aiming to unravel the mystery of quantum mechanics, this book is concerned with questions about action-at-a-distance, holism, and whether quantum mechanics gives a complete account of microphysical reality. With rigorous arguments and clear thinking, the author provides an introduction to the philosophy of physics. Modern physics was born from two great revolutions: relativity and the quantum theory. Relativity imposed a locality constraint on physical theories: since nothing can go faster than light, very distant events cannot influence one another. Only in the last few decades has it become clear that the quantum theory violates this constraint. The work of J.S. Bell has demonstrated /5(3).

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The nonlocality phenomena exhibited by entangled quantum systems are certainly one of the most extraordinary aspects of quantum theory. This book discusses this phe nomenon according to several points of view, i.e., according to different interpretations of the mathematics of the quantum : Paperback.

The nonlocality phenomena exhibited by entangled quantum systems are certainly one of the most extraordinary aspects of quantum theory. Nonlocality in Quantum Physics book book discusses this phe nomenon according to several points of view, i.e., according to different interpretations of the mathematics of the quantum : Hardcover.

The third edition of Quantum Non-Locality and Relativity has been carefully updated to reflect significant developments, including a new chapter covering important recent work in the foundations of by: From the Back Cover.

This book shines bright light into the dim recesses of quantum theory, where the mysteries of entanglement, nonlocality, and wave collapse have motivated some to conjure up multiple universes, and others to adopt a "shut up and calculate" by: Nonlocality in Quantum Physics by Andrey Anatoljevichgrib, Waldyr Alvesrodriguesjr.

Published by Springer. Summary: The nonlocality phenomena exhibited by entangled quantum systems are certainly one of the most extraordinary aspects of quantum theory.

Recent results on cryptography, quantum bit commitment, quantum erasers and teleportation are. About this book. Introduction. The nonlocality phenomena exhibited by entangled quantum systems are certainly one of the most extraordinary aspects of quantum theory.

This book discusses this phe nomenon according to several points of view, i.e., according to different interpretations of the mathematics of the quantum formalism. The nonlocality phenomena exhibited by entangled quantum systems are certainly one of the most extraordinary aspects of quantum theory.

This book discusses this phenomenon according to several points of view, i.e., according to different interpretations of the mathematics of the quantum formalism. The several interpretations of the Copenhagen interpretation, the.

Its central concept is non-local correlation (nonlocality). The book explains entanglement, quantum nonlocality, and quantum randomness, and describes a number of their possible applications.

the book presents very complicated concepts in clear way, thus making the text enjoyable for a broad audience.” (Alexander Tzanov, Computing Reviews, December, )Cited by: The nonlocality phenomena exhibited by entangled quantum systems are certainly one of the most extraordinary aspects of quantum theory.

This book discusses this phe nomenon according to several points of view, i.e., according to different interpretations of the mathematics of the quantum formalism.

Nonlocality is the most characteristic feature of quantum mechanics, but recent research seems to suggest the possible existence of nonlocal correlations stronger than those predicted by by: This book shines bright light into the dim recesses of quantum theory, where the mysteries of entanglement, nonlocality, and wave collapse have motivated some to conjure up multiple universes, and others to adopt a "shut up and calculate" mentality.

After an extensive and accessible introduction. I don't think there is a good one. All books that I have read are quite out of date (>25 years or so). I don't know a book that for example presents the PBR theorem, Wood-Spekkens theorem, Ekart-Renner theorem, Cabello and others work on Contextuality and Nonlocality, Epistemic understandings of Wigner's friend, the impact of Spekkens model (showing many "quantum.

“Though very short--at only around pages--this is one of the most enjoyable books I’ve read recently. Its central concept is non-local correlation (nonlocality).

The book explains entanglement, quantum nonlocality, and quantum randomness, and describes a number of their possible : Nicolas Gisin. Non-locality Explained. A great article in Scientific American, “A Quantum Threat to Special Relativity,” is well worth the read.

Locality in physics is the idea that things are only influenced by forces that are local or nearby. The water boiling on the stovetop does so because of the energy imparted from the flame beneath.

At a quantum level, classical physics is no longer valid: matter cannot perform its function on its own, but it needs a psychic dimension, that is, a further level, the level of non-locality. Here the whole universe becomes one, made of energy and information, and is coordinated by a harmony force without which only chaos would exist.

Quantum Non-Locality and Relativity examines the nature and possible resolution of this conflict. Beginning with accurate but non-technical presentations of Bell's work and of Special Relativity, there follows a close examination of different interpretations of relativity and of the sort of locality each demands/5.

Quantum nonlocality is a paradox that was described first by Einstein, Podolsky, and Rosen (EPR), who published the idea in The EPR paradox draws attention to a phenomenon predicted by quantum mechanics known as quantum entanglement, in which measurements on spatially separated quantum systems can instantaneously influence one another.

Buy Nonlocality in Quantum Physics by Andrey Grib, Waldyr Alves Rodrigues Jr. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low. Answered May 1, Author has answers and k answer views In theoretical physics, quantum nonlocality is the phenomenon by which measurements made at a microscopic or at the quantum level contradict a collection of notions known as local realism that are regarded as intuitively true in classical mechanics or newtonian mechanics.

The third edition of Quantum Non-Locality and Relativity has been carefully updated to reflect significant developments, including a new chapter covering important recent work in the foundations of physics.

A new edition of the premier philosophical study of Bell’s Theorem and its implication for the relativistic account of space and time Discusses Roderich Tumiulka’s explicit.Another of the remarkable features of the microscopic world prescribed by quantum theory is the idea of nonlocality, what Albert Einstein rather dismissively called “spooky actions at a distance”.

This was first described in the “EPR papers” of Einstein, Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen inand it is sometimes referred to as the EPR (Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen) paradox.The short answer is yes, in quantum mechanics quantum non-locality refers to the apparent instantaneous propagation of correlations between entangled systems, irrespective of their spatial separation.

In quantum field theory, the notion of locality may have a different meaning, as pointed out already in a comment.