Wednesday, January 30, 2013

1301.7053 (Fedor Herbut)

Delayed Twin Observables Are They a Fundamental Concept in Quantum

Fedor Herbut
Opposite-subsystem twin events and twin observables, studied previously in the context of distant correlations, are first generalized to pure states of not-necessarily-composite systems, and afterwards they are further generalized to delayed twins that are due to unitary evolution of the quantum system. The versatile aspects of delayed twin observables are studied in terms of necessary and sufficient conditions to make possible various applications. Three of these are sketched: Preparation of some quantum experiments, easy solution of a puzzle in an important Scully et al. real experiment, and, finally, it is shown that exact measurement in quantum mechanics is an example of opposite-subsystem delayed twins in bipartite pure states.
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