Comments on "There is no axiomatic system for the quantum theory"

Preprint English OPEN
de Barros, J. Acacio;
(2012)

In a recent paper, Nagata [1] claims to derive inconsistencies from quantum mechanics. In this paper, we show that the inconsistencies do not come from quantum mechanics, but from extra assumptions about the reality of observables.
  • References (21)
    21 references, page 1 of 3

    [1] K. Nagata, International Journal of Theoretical Physics 48(12), 3532 (2009)

    [2] R.P. Feynman, R.B. Leighton, M. Sands, Lectures on physics. 3. Quantum mechanics (Addison-Wesley, 1965)

    [3] P. Suppes, J.A. de Barros, Foundations of Physics Letters 7, 501 (1994)

    [4] P. Suppes, J.A. de Barros, in Law and Prediction in the Light of Chaos Research, ed. by P. Weingartner, G. Schurz, Lecture Notes in Physics (Springer-Verlag, 1996), pp. 189-201

    [5] R. Omnes, The Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics (Princeton University Press, 1994)

    [6] P.R. Holland, The quantum theory of motion: an account of the de BroglieBohm causal interpretation of quantum mechanics (Cambridge Univ Pr, 1995)

    [7] P. Suppes, J.A. de Barros, A.S. Sant'Anna, Foundations of Physics Letters 9(6), 551-560 (1996)

    [8] J. de Barros, J. de Mendonça, N. Pinto-Neto, Synthese 154(3), 349 (2007)

    [9] J.A. de Barros, P. Suppes, Manuscrito 33, 55 (2010)

    [10] P. Suppes, M. Zanotti, Synthese 48, 191 (1981)

  • Related Organizations (1)
  • Metrics
Share - Bookmark