@InProceedings{KukovaNavara:Kazan13,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 15 Jan 2014 },
  UPDATE  = { 2014-01-06 },
 author =      {Kukov{\' a}, M{\' a}ria and Navara, Mirko},
 title =       {What observables can be},
 year =        {2013},
 pages =       {62--70},
 booktitle =   {Theory of Functions, Its Applications, and Related Questions},
 editor =      {R.K.~Gubaidullina},
 publisher =   {Kazan Federal University},
 address = {Kazan, Russian Federation},
 isbn =        {978-5-00019-095-1},
 authorship = {50-50},
 series =      {Transactions of the Mathematical Institute of N.I.~Lobachevsky},
 number =      {46},
 book_pages =  {498},
 month =       {August},
 day =         {22--28},
 venue =       {Kazan, Russian Federation},
 organization ={Kazan Federal University},
 annote =      {Different approaches to quantum logics resulted in different mathematical structures
 generalizing Boolean Sigma-algebras.
In all of them, observables (as a generalization of random variables) play a crucial role.
Depending on the quantum structure, observables may have quite different mathematical description.
In all of these approaches, the generalized theory encounters difficulties because the classical approach to
joint distributions cannot be applied.},
 keywords =    {observable, random variable, state, quantum structure, orthomodular lattice},
 importance =  {1},
 project =    {SGS12/187/OHK3/3T/13 },
psurl       = {[PDF] },
}