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In Bohmian Mechanics, everything is exactly as in classical probability theory. How, from the point of view of BM, does the measurement problem arise? Since the measurement problem can arise from a purely classical probability theory, can BM indicate an analogue of the measurement problem in other fields (eg. biology, economics) that use classical probability?

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# Measurement problem in classical probability

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