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- Aerts, D. (1986). A possible explanation for the probabilities of quantum mechanics.
Journal of Mathematical Physics,27,pp. 202-210.

Abstract:It is shown that a lack of knowledge about the measurements of a physical system gives rise to a nonclassical probability calculus for this physical system. It is also shown that the nonclassical probability calculus of quantum mechanics can be interpreted as being the result of a lack of knowledge about the measurements. Examples are given of macroscopic real systems that have a nonclassical probability calculus. A macroscopic real system that has a quantum probability calculus is also given, and more specifically a model for the spin of a spin-1/2 particle is contructed. These results are analysed in the light of the old hidden variable problem.- Duch, W. and Aerts, D. (1986). Microphysical reality.
Physics Today,39,pp. 13-14.

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