Contextuality: At the Borders of Paradox

11/07/2020
by   Samson Abramsky, et al.
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Contextuality is a key feature of quantum mechanics. We present the sheaf-theoretic approach to contextuality introduced by Abramsky and Brandenburger, and show how it covers a range of logical and physical phenomena "at the borders of paradox".

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