EPR without 'collapse of the wave functions'
The implications of the many proper time amplitudes for the process Φ → Ko + K¯o was discussed in a recent letter of B. Kayser and L. Stodolsky who predicted a small correction (∼ 5%) to the usually predicted phase oscillation frequency for forthcoming factory experiments. Based on previous work (also using the many proper times formalism), we predicted a much larger correction factor ≈ 2. This correction factor is important in that it allows for a crucial future DAΦNE experimental test of the many proper times amplitude formalism.
time amplitudes, phase oscillation frequency
Phenomenological theory (Physics), Wave functions
Srivastava, Y. N.; Widom, A.; and Sassaroli, E., "Comment on "EPR without 'collapse of the wave functions'"" (1995). Physics Faculty Publications. Paper 58. http://hdl.handle.net/2047/d20000411
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