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|Title||The intersection operation in light of joint observables and Bell inequalities in operational probability theory|
Operational probability theory appears as a smooth extension of classical probability theory that fulfills quantum physics needs. In this paper, we, first, explain the need to extend the concept of the intersection operation in the light of the concept of joint observables. Then, we tried to determine the basic features that characterize any possible definition of the intersection operation. Furthermore, we tried to know if there is a relation between the definitions of the intersection operation of both fuzzy and operational probability theories. These relations are used, first, to find a suitable suggestion to define the intersection operation. Second, they are used, besides the studies made on Bell inequalities in fuzzy probability theory, to find the conditions that should be satisfied by the intersection operation to ensure the possibility of the violation of Bell inequalities in operational probability theory.
|Published in||Fuzzy Sets and Systems|
|Series||Volume: 181, Number: 1|
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