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On the Foundations of Quantum Theory

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On the Foundations of Quantum Theory
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Publisher: arXiv.org
Number of pages: 91

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We draw systematic parallels between the measurement problem in quantum mechanics and the information loss problem in black holes. Then we proceed to propose a solution of the former along the lines of the solution of the latter which is based on the holographic gauge/gravity duality.

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