A question about the Uncertainty Measure

From: Stephen Paul King <stephenk1.domain.name.hidden>
Date: Sun, 27 Aug 2006 22:31:43 -0400

Hi Folks,

    I have been reading Bruno's wonderful Elsavier paper and have been
wondering about this notion of a "Uncertainty measure". Does not the
existence of such a measure demand the existence of a breaking of the
perfect symmetry that is obvious in a situation when all possible outcomes
are equally likely?
    Consider an infinite Hilbert space and a normed state vector on it. What
is the analogue of a "sense of direction"?



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