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[A time-reversible cellular automaton can most easily be described by regarding its evolution law as a two-step process, for instance by first allowing the even sites to update, then the odd sites. The discrete Hamiltonian operator procedure of Chap. 19 may be used. Subsequently, we apply a...
[Even if the underlying deterministic model may be assumed to obey decent locality requirements, a systematic procedure to define a quantum Hilbert space starting from its ontological states, would in general lead to a quantum system without manifest locality at all. Instead, what we are really...
[We wrap up the main outcomes of our investigations. Even if not all questions and issues could be addressed as precisely and persuasively as one would wish, we do find that the assumption of an underlying theory describing a single, definite world with completely deterministic evolution laws,...
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