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In this approach serious problems arise. This is best pointed
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F. Dowker und A. Kent, On the Consistent Histories Approach to Quantum Mechanics, University of Cambridge Preprint DAMTP/94-48, Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences Preprint NI 94006, August 1994.

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