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There does not, in general, exist anything like a single state for one subsystem of a composite system. do not possess That is, subsystems states independent of the states of the remainder of the system, so that the subsystem states are generally correlated. a state for one subsystem, subsystem. One can arbitrarily choose and be led to the relative state for the other Thus we are faced with a fundamental relativity of states, It is meaning- which is implied by the formalism of composite systems.

The limit °then refers to the limit of the canonical bases, if it exists in some appropriate sense. However, we shall, for convenience, continue to represent the canonical bases by operators. 55 THEORY OF THE UNIVERSAL WAVE FUNCTION never decrease the information in the marginal distribution of A. If H is to produce a measurement of A by correlating it with B, we expect that a knowledge of B shall give us more information about A than we had before the measurement took place, since otherwise the measurement would be useless.

38. 12) J = (r'(q) where (1/Nr,)2 and Then the (r'(q) states 8(r-r') = J (l/Nr,)(rCq)8(r-r')dr' = , Nr, if>(q)7l(r'-qt) if>*(q) if>(q)71*(r'-qt) 71(r-qt) dq are the relative system state functions for the apparatus of definite value r = r'. , if t is sufficiently sharp (near 8(r)) eCq), then (r'(q) large, or 71(r) sufficiently is nearly 8(q-r'/t). This property, that the relative system states become approximate eigenstates of the measurement, is in fact common to all measurements. If we adopt as a measure of the nearness of a state function of an operator because A the information IA(tfr) measures the sharpness then it is a consequence IA(tfr), which is reasonable of the distribution of A for Exp[IQ] = IQ + {Q,RI, as the interaction proceeds.