Quantum Mechanics Interpretations

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0. Introduction
1. Quantum Weirdness and the Topology of Space - John V. Corbett
2. The End of the Many-Worlds? (or Could we save Everett's interpretation) - Aurélien Drezet
3. On the Objective Indefiniteness Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics - David Ellerman
4. The Copenhagen Interpretation as Pragmatism - Jan Faye
5. Decoherence and Copenhagen Interpretation: A Scenario - Kazuyuki Fujii
6. Does Unitary Measurement Theory Lead to an Everettian Interpretation? - Fedor Herbut
7. Geometric Formulation of Quantum Mechanics - Chris Heunen
8. Empirical Reality and the Process of Observation: Why Interactions are an
Essential Part of the World “Out There” - Hoshang Heydari
9. The Linguistic Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics: Quantum Language - Shiro Ishikawa
10. The Possibilist Transactional Interpretation: A Unified Picture of Relativistic
and Non-Relativistic Quantum Theory that Solves the Problem of Measurement - Ruth E. Kastner
11. Quantum Mechanics, Ontology, and Non-Reflexive Logics - Decio Krause
12. The Composability Interpretation - Florian Moldoveanu
13. The Reality of Vacuum Fields, Clue for the Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics - Emilio Santos
14. Completing Quantum Mechanics - William Sulis
15. Wavefunction Collapse as a Physical Process - Elliot Tammaro