Interacting classical and quantum particles
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We apply Hall and Reginatto's theory of interacting classical and quantum ensembles to harmonically coupled particles, with a view to understanding its experimental implications. This hybrid theory has no free parameters and makes distinctive predictions that should allow it to be experimentally distinguished from quantum mechanics. It also bears on the questions of quantum measurement and quantum gravity.
Physical Review A
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Mathematical Aspects of Classical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Information Theory
Quantum Physics not elsewhere classified