- #1

sardar

- 2,031

- 0

I was thinking if we can use the concepts of Von Neumann;s games specially the zero-sum two person games and pay of matrix with related dominant strategies and Nash equilirbria as a mathematical and a conceptual tool to understand Measurement Problem as a "game" between Nature(one player) and Scientist or Observer(as another player) where Nature tries to hide its information and she is clever but malicious she is not while Observer tries to get as much information possible as it can from the Nature and so the resulting dynamics gives rise to measurement of the system and related pay offs and probably equilibrium condition which we most often see in physics as stable global equilibrium. So it would be really very fascinating and interesting to apply a yet unrelated field of Game Theory to QM in general and measurement problem in particular.

Join in for your views in numbers.

Sardar.