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From Physics to Information Theory and Back

Wayne C. Myrvold Department of Philosophy University of Western Ontario

Sounds good, but after 23 pages of furious formalism the conclusion is anemic: 

"All this begins to suggest that Schrodinger was right to find the essential distinction between classical and quantum theory in the way that the latter treats compound systems. However, it is not entanglement per se that is distinctively quantum; it matters which entangled states the theory contains."