Time of events in quantum theory

Blanchard P, Jadczyk A (1996)
HELVETICA PHYSICA ACTA 69(5-6): 613-635.

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We enhance elementary quantum mechanics with three simple postulates that enable us to define time observable. We discuss shortly justification of the new postulates and illustrate the concept with the detailed analysis of a delta function counter.
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Blanchard P, Jadczyk A. Time of events in quantum theory. HELVETICA PHYSICA ACTA. 1996;69(5-6):613-635.
Blanchard, P., & Jadczyk, A. (1996). Time of events in quantum theory. HELVETICA PHYSICA ACTA, 69(5-6), 613-635.
Blanchard, P., and Jadczyk, A. (1996). Time of events in quantum theory. HELVETICA PHYSICA ACTA 69, 613-635.
Blanchard, P., & Jadczyk, A., 1996. Time of events in quantum theory. HELVETICA PHYSICA ACTA, 69(5-6), p 613-635.
P. Blanchard and A. Jadczyk, “Time of events in quantum theory”, HELVETICA PHYSICA ACTA, vol. 69, 1996, pp. 613-635.
Blanchard, P., Jadczyk, A.: Time of events in quantum theory. HELVETICA PHYSICA ACTA. 69, 613-635 (1996).
Blanchard, Philippe, and Jadczyk, A. “Time of events in quantum theory”. HELVETICA PHYSICA ACTA 69.5-6 (1996): 613-635.
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