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A quantum state does not have any classical memories or classical output, period: a classical memory refers eventually in every application to the process of data stored by copying. As it has been proven quantum states cannot be copied. However they can be entangled. A quantum memory may store a quantum state, but not for the purpose of copying in any ...


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Given that Bohmian mechanics (better named de Broglie-Bohm or dBB theory) contains the Schrödinger equation, it contains quantum theory completely, and therefore all things which make sense in quantum theory remain meaningful. Of course, for quasiparticles nobody plans to construct trajectories. And it is also not possible to simply "watch" Bohmian ...



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