I am trying to have a general understanding of the concepts of Local Realist theories and hidden variable models. I do not need a detailed developement of one of these theories, but only a general overview of the fundamental concepts, possibly with comparisons with the current quantum-mechanics interpretation.


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  • $\begingroup$ I've almost finished reading Becker's "What is Real?" (2018), which reviews 90 years of QM foundation. I quite like it. A collection of major papers is in Wheeler and Zurek's "Quantum Theory and Measurement" (1983) $\endgroup$ – bernander Aug 7 '18 at 10:42

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