|Title:||Decoherence: An Introduction|
|Abstract:||In this paper I review the fundamentals of decoherence theory. Decoherence is viewed as a straightforward application of the general kinematical concept of a quantum wave function. Classical notions (such as ``particle") as well as secondary quantum concepts (such as ``observable'', superselection rule etc.) can be derived. Special emphasis is put on a precise and consistent interpretation of quantum states and processes.|
|Subject Headings:||classical physics|
interpretations of quantum mechanics
|Appears in Collections:||2007|
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