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If I go to the church of the greater Hilbert space, can I have Unitary Collapse?
Actually, unitary pseudo-collapse? Von Neuman said quantum mechanics proceeds by two processes: unitary evolution and nonunitary reduction, also now called projection, collapse and splitting. ...
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