László E. Szabó
Theoretical Physics Research Group of HAS
Department of History and Philosophy of Science
Eötvös University, Budapest
It is proved that quantum probabilities have no,
in general, relative frequency interpretation. Consequently, quantum probability
theory, as a probability theory, is inadequate for the description of quantum
phenomena. Moreover, it is needless because all the phenomena of quantum
physics can be well understood within the framework of the classical probability
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* In M. Rédei, M. Stoeltzner (eds.), John von Neumann and the Foundations of Quantum Physics, Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2001.