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  1. The Ontology of Haag’s Local Quantum Physics
  2. Ontology and the foundations of quantum theory
  3. A summary and analysis of the thought of John Wheeler
  4. The Elementary Particles of Quantum Fields
  5. Exchange Forces in Particle Physics
  6. Quantum Contextuality and Indeterminacy
  7. Quantum contextuality in the Copenhagen approach
  8. Quantum Unsharpness, Potentiality, and Reality
  9. A Realist View of the Quantum World
  10. Topological Qubits as Carriers of Quantum Information in Optics
  11. Are Virtual Particles Less Real?
  12. A history of attempts to base formal quantum theory on information
  13. Developments in Quantum Probability and the Copenhagen Approach
  14. Preface for the special issue, ‘Second quantum revolution: foundational questions’
  15. Quantum potentiality revisited
  16. “Wave-Packet Reduction” and the Quantum Character of the Actualization of Potentia
  17. Quantum randomness and unpredictability
  18. Uncertainty Relations and Possible Experience
  19. Grounding randomness
  20. Coherent state quantum key distribution based on entanglement sudden death
  21. Measurement and Fundamental Processes in Quantum Mechanics
  22. Preface
  23. Macroscopic realism and quantum measurement: measurers as a natural kind
  24. Quantum Information in Communication and Imaging
  25. What in the (quantum) world is macroscopic?
  26. Entanglement sudden death: a threat to advanced quantum key distribution?
  27. Quantum information in communication and imaging
  28. On the Identification of the Parts of Compound Quantum Objects
  29. Entangled-coherent-state quantum key distribution with entanglement witnessing
  30. Quantum Objects
  31. Generalized Quantum Probability and Entanglement Enhancement Witnessing
  32. Overview of novel approaches to quantum theory
  33. Identity, wholes, and parts in quantum mechanics
  34. Potentiality and causation
  35. Implications of Disentanglement and Locality Induction for Quantum Information Processing
  37. Identity, Wholes, and Parts in Quantum Mechanics
  38. Unsharp Quantum Reality
  39. Individuation in Quantum Mechanics and Space-Time
  40. Philosophy of Quantum Information and Entanglement
  41. Introduction
  42. Preface
  43. Erratum: Local-dephasing-induced entanglement sudden death in two-component finite-dimensional systems [Phys. Rev. A76, 044101 (2007)]
  44. Special issue on foundations of quantum information
  45. Individuation in Quantum Mechanics
  46. Finite-Time Destruction of Entanglement and Non-Locality by Environmental Influences
  47. Non-locality Sudden Death in Tripartite Systems
  48. Appendix
  49. Double-Slit Experiment (or Two-Slit Experiment)
  50. Entanglement, Information, and the Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
  51. Information and Quantum Mechanics
  52. Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics
  53. Which-Way or Welcher-Weg-Experiments
  54. Generic tripartite Bell nonlocality sudden death under local phase noise
  55. Local basis-dependent noise-induced Bell-nonlocality sudden death in tripartite systems
  56. Entanglement sudden death in qubit–qutrit systems
  57. Disentanglement and decoherence in a pair of qutrits under dephasing noise
  58. Local-dephasing-induced entanglement sudden death in two-component finite-dimensional systems
  59. Constructing Four-Photon States for Quantum Communication and Information Processing
  61. Disentanglement and decoherence in two-spin and three-spin systems under dephasing
  62. Decoherence, Disentanglement and Foundations of Quantum Mechanics
  63. Fractal States for Quantum Information Processing
  64. Quantum Information
  65. Fractal states in quantum information processing
  66. Entangled States in Quantum Key Distribution
  67. <title>Symmetry and concatenated quantum codes</title>
  68. Entanglement and Symmetry in Multiple-Qubit States: a geometrical approach
  69. Bell gems: the Bell basis generalized
  70. Quantum information processing and precise optical measurement with entangled-photon pairs
  71. Hyper-entangled states and free-space quantum cryptography
  72. Multi-photon quantum interferometry
  73. Calculating characteristics of noncollinear phase matching in uniaxial and biaxial crystals
  74. On the distribution of bacterial mutants: The effects of differential fitness of mutants and non-mutants
  75. Optimal distinction between two non-orthogonal quantum states
  76. Two interferometric complementarities
  77. Complementarity of one-particle and two-particle interference
  78. Quantum Theoretical Approaches and Causality