# Conference Discussions

## Paper Comments

Re: Quantum theory is causal, Yakir's is not, and is not just an interpretation.

A Quantum Optics experiments which make it extremely difficult not to accept backward caus...

Re: Answer to José M. Isidro

I got a hold of Penrose's „Quantum computation, entanglement and state reduction“ -ROYAL S...

Re: Quantum theory is causal, Yakir's is not, and is not just an interpretation.

It seems to me all matter of interpretation.
Concretely, my question is:
Can you provide a...

Re: Quantum theory is causal, Yakir's is not, and is not just an interpretation.

Causality - as you formulated it - is central to the consideration.
If you apply usual QT...

A useful model

This thermodynamic model is a valuable contribution towards the understanding of a widespr...

Re: Quantum theory is causal, Yakir's is not, and is not just an interpretation.

"The two-state vector formalism motivates a time-symmetric interpretation of
quantum mecha...

Re: Quantum theory is causal, Yakir's is not, and is not just an interpretation.

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Re: Quantum theory is causal, Yakir's is not, and is not just an interpretation.

Three questions - I hoped to get reactions - are:
Is there a problem I overlooked to attr...

Re: Quantum theory is causal, Yakir's is not, and is not just an interpretation.

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Re: Quantum theory is causal, Yakir's is not, and is not just an interpretation.

Three questions - I hoped to get reactions - are:
Is there a problem I overlooked to attr...

Re: Answer to José M. Isidro

In General Relativity there is no intrinsic time arrow necessary
not connected to boundari...

A new perspective

This contribution is a relevant one because it provides a new perspective to adsorption pr...

Re: Quantum theory is causal, Yakir's is not, and is not just an interpretation.

I apologize for using the term QT careless. It should be replaced by "underlying quantum p...

Re: Answer to José M. Isidro

I will get hold of Penrose book but this will take some time.

Re: Answer to José M. Isidro

Dear Colleagues,
Many thanks for your comments.
If I understand correctly, classical gen...

Re: Doctrine of driving forces, energy minimization and entropy maximization

Dear Ben Akih-Kumgeh,
Our statement that "if there is no working, minimal energy and maxi...

Quantum theory is causal, Yakir's is not, and is not just an interpretation.

Causality is a theorem of the von Neumann axiomatisation of QT, or can be used as a postul...

Answer to José M. Isidro

My background is particle physics and teaching quantum mechanics.
My cosmology background ...

Operator interpolation

This paper, besides the concrete application to logic and quantum gates, contains very gen...

Re: Thanks

Dear Andrea Puglisi.
Thank you for your kind words.
The impossibility of a rigid rotation ...

Re: Repulsive harmonic potential

Many Thanks, Prof. Broadbridge and Dr Jose'
got it.

Re: Clausius relation for active particles

Thanks for the nice comment. I agree that one needs more refined concepts for work, heat a...

Re: Bounds on work extraction

Yes, work extraction under fluctuations for small systems seems certainly a frontier. One ...

How about Penrose?

Dear Colleague
I enjoyed reading your paper. Please allow me one general comment. You may...

Re: Repulsive harmonic potential

Dear Colleagues,
I agree with Dr. Broadbridge's reply. Forces are gradients of a potentia...

Bounds on work extraction

It is well known that the maximum work one can extract from a system, in the absence of lo...

Clausius relation for active particles

This is an interesting piece of research. Thermodynamics and statistical mechanics have be...

Doctrine of driving forces, energy minimization and entropy maximization

Dear Profs. Mueller and Weiss,
Thank you for your presentation. You made a comment on sl...

Re: Repulsive harmonic potential

My understanding is that this is simply the potential energy for a repulsive force that is...

Repulsive harmonic potential

Dear Dr. Jose'
What is the Repulsive harmonic potential, I want to know the physical mean...

Re: Entropic Measure of Time

Dear Prof. Martyushev and Dr. Birzina,
Thank you for your critical comment. I sincerely ...

Entropic Measure of Time

The idea of interrelation between time and entropy (the introduction of a measure of time ...

Thanks

Nice talk, thanks for the patient and careful explanation.
Where can I find the discussi...

I hope you agree with me that entropy principles add an intriguing perspective to an ever broadening range of sciences.

I am very pleased to to be associated with the 4th International Electronic Conference on Entropy and Its Applications.

We have opened six specialist sessions on topics that are currently attracting much attention. I trust that you will find something of interest among the many invited and contributed papers.

I extend a warm welcome to all participants.

Best wishes,

Philip Broadbridge,

Professor of Applied Mathematics

Conference Chair, IECEA4