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Does Quantum Bayesianism can fix the interpretation problem of Quantum Mechanics?

If we take in account

- the Bayesian approaches to brain function

- QBism: Is quantum uncertainty all in the mind ?

- The work of Jaynes, E. T., `How Does the Brain Do Plausible Reasoning?', in Maximum-Entropy and Bayesian Methods in Science and Engineering, 1, G. J. Erickson and C. R. Smith (eds.)

- The work of J. C. Baez (2003). "Bayesian Probability Theory and Quantum Mechanics".

- And many other more recent work on qbism http://search.arxiv.org:8081/?query=qbism&in=grp_physics

Patrick

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