Repository URL:
http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/id/eprint/12656
Author(s):
Hofer-Szabó Gábor
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No-conspiracy is the requirement that measurement settings should be probabilistically independent of the elements of reality responsible for the measurement outcomes. In this paper we investigate what role no-conspiracy generally plays in a physical theory; how it influences the semantical role of the event types of the theory; and how it relates to such other concepts as separability, compatibility, causality, locality and contextuality.

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