By Günther Ludwig
In the 1st quantity we established quantum mechanics at the aim description of macroscopic units. The extra improvement of the quantum mechanics of atoms, molecules, and collision strategies has been defined in . during this context additionally the standard description of composite structures through tensor items of Hilbert areas has been brought. this technique may be officially extrapolated to structures composed of "many" ele mentary platforms, even arbitrarily many. One previously had the opinion that this "extrapolated quantum mechanics" is a extra accomplished thought than the objec tive description of macrosystems, an opinion which generated unsurmountable diffi culties for explaining the measuring approach. With recognize to our starting place of quan tum mechanics on macroscopic objectivity, this opinion may suggest that our founda tion is not any origin in any respect. the duty of this moment quantity is to realize a compatibility among the target description of macrosystems and an extrapolated quantum mechanics. hence in X we determine the "statistical mechanics" of macrosystems as a conception extra compre hensive than an extrapolated quantum mechanics. in this foundation we remedy the matter of the measuring approach in quantum mechan ics, in XI constructing a idea which describes the measuring approach as an interplay among microsystems and a macroscopic machine. This idea additionally permits to calculate "in precept" the observable measured by means of a tool. Neither an incorporation of cognizance nor a mysterious mind's eye resembling "collapsing" wave packets are necessary.
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Therefore the above assumption implies that Km(Em)~K(Ez) is bijective. 48 X The Embedding Problem Thus we give the assumption that the systems have "no memory" the fmal mathematical formulation: The mapping KmCkm)~K(kZ) is bijective. 4, this Is equivalent to asserting r' kz=kmk. 4 with k' =kz and with r'p=u(p;O). 4. 21) represent mixture-morphisms of K(kz). 14) called the "master" equation. 14) plays a large role; it is viewed as the dynamical equation for systems without memory. 14) is so highly regarded.
1. 2 yields t/I m. 2) By means of the mappings CPm and t/I m.. (cp (i a), Ut t/I(if) U/). tt a mapping of fljJ' into itself. tt the Liouville operator. e. 1) la t/lm(¢) dense in L(Y). 4a) follows that to each cp(ia) there uniquely corresponds a CPm(a); hence there is a mapping j with j cp(ia) =CPm(a). ) into the set K(Sm). The existence of direct mixtures makes Km convex and Km~K(Sm) affine. 4b) is very difficult without introducing idealizations. The first idealization is only a mathematical one.
Sz. Nagy [31J has given examples where the Olt, are homomorphic to a contractive semigroup for ,~O. Sz. Nagy have the following structure: Let Q be a mixture morphism of K into itself with Q2 = Q. Let QK be properly smaller than K. ' QK is properly smaller than QK for ,> 0). If such a "Nagy case" occurs, one can perform the following construction. 24) Let the present Km correspond to the set called to the set denoted by Km(1':m). 25) then holds as a mapping from Km into K Q . 25) a mathematical model for the fact that a contractive semigroup V; can be homomorphic to the semigroup Olt;.