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maverick_starstrider

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I'm a physics PhD student who is a little curious about interpretations of quantum mechanics (specifically Aharanov's Time-Symmetric theories and Relational interpretations, but others as well). I am interested specifically only in interpretations that are valid in QFT (I can't say I much see the point in considering non-relativistic interpretations) and I'd like to see some of the actual mathematical machinery of these interpretation (not just vague qualitative descriptions). I was wondering if anyone could point me to some of this sort of stuff (be it a book, an arxiv review paper, etc.). The more comprehensive and newbie friendly the better. I'd rather not be forced to go to the original papers since they are always quite terse, dense and pedantic.