The present wave of interest in quantum foundations is caused by the tremendous development of quantum information science and its applications to quantum computing and quantum communication. It has become clear that some of the difficulties encountered in realizations of quantum information processing have roots at the very fundamental level. To solve such problems, quantum theory has to be reconsidered. This book is devoted to the analysis of the probabilistic structure of quantum theory, probing the limits of classical probabilistic representation of quantum phemena.
Andrei Khrennikov is a professor of applied mathematics at Linnaueus University (Vaxjo, South-East Sweden) and the director of the multidisciplinary research center at this university, the International Center for Mathematical Modeling in Physics, Engineering, Economics, and Cognitive Science.