**PUBLICATIONS of G. S. JAEGER:
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**"The Particles of Quantum Fields"
Gregg Jaeger,
Entropy 23, 1416 (2021).
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**"Exchange Forces in Particle Physics"
Gregg Jaeger
Foundations of Physics 51, 13 (2021).
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**"Localizability and Elementary Particles"
Gregg Jaeger,
J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 1638, 012010 (2020).
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**"Quantum Contextuality and Indeterminacy"
Gregg Jaeger,
Entropy 22, 867 (2020).
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**"Quantum Unsharpness, Potentiality, and Reality"
Gregg Jaeger
Foundations of Physics 49, 663 (2019).
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**"Quantum Contextuality in the Copenhagen Approach"
Gregg Jaeger
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A 377, 20190025 (2019).
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**"A Realist View of the Quantum World"
Gregg Jaeger
Activitas Nervosa Superior (Special Issue for Henry Stapp) 61, 51 (2019).
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**"Topological Qubits as Carriers of Quantum
Information in Optics"
Gregg Jaeger, David Simon, Alexander Sergienko
Applied Sciences 9, 575 (2019).
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**"Are Virtual Particles Less Real?"
Gregg Jaeger,
Entropy 21, 141 (2019).
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**"Information and the Reconstruction of Quantum Physics"
Gregg Jaeger,
Annalen der Physik 531, 1800097 (2018).
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**"Clockwork Rebooted: Is the Universe a Computer?"
Gregg Jaeger,
In: **

**"Developments in Quantum Probability and the Copenhagen Approach"
Gregg Jaeger,
Entropy 20, 420 (2018).
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**"Preface for the special issue, Second quantum revolution: foundational questions"
Gregg Jaeger, Andrei Khrennikov, Paolo Perinotti
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A 375, 20160397 (2017).
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**""Wave-packet Reduction" and the Quantum Character of the Actualization of Potentia"
Gregg Jaeger,
Entropy 19, 51 (2017).
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**"Quantum Potentiality Revisted"
Gregg Jaeger,
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A 375, 20160390 (2017).
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**"Quantum Randomness and Unpredictability"
Gregg Jaeger,
Fortschritte der Physik 65, 1600053 (2017).
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**"Overcoming Conceptual Imprecision in Quantum Measurement Theory: Measurement and Macroscopicity"
Gregg Jaeger,
In: Mary Bell and Shan Gao (eds.) **

**"Uncertainty Relations and Possible Experience"
Gregg Jaeger,
Mathematics 4, 40 (2016).
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**"Grounding the Randomness of Quantum Measurement"
Gregg Jaeger,
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A 374, 20150238 (2016).
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**"Coherent State Quantum Key Distribution Based on Entanglement Sudden Death"
Gregg Jaeger, David Simon, Alexander V. Sergienko
Quantum Information Processing, 15, 1117 (2016).
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**"In Appreciation of Abner Shimony"
Gregg Jaeger,
Mind and Matter 13, 241 (2015).
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**"Measurement and Fundamental Processes in Quantum Mechanics"
Gregg Jaeger,
Foundations of Physics, 45, 806 (2015).
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**"Macroscopic Realism and Quantum Measurement: Measurers as a natural kind"
Gregg Jaeger,
Physica Scripta T163, 014017 (2014).
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**"Entanglement Sudden Death: A Threat to Advanced Quantum Key Distribution?"
Gregg Jaeger and Alexander Sergienko,
Natural Computing 13, 459 (2014).
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**"What in the (Quantum) World is Macroscopic?"
Gregg Jaeger,
American Journal of Physics 82, 896 (2014).
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**"On the Identification of the Parts of Compound Quantum Objects"
Gregg Jaeger,
Foundations of Physics 44, 709 (2014).
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**"Quantum Information Processing in Communication and Imaging" David S. Simon, Gregg Jaeger and Alexander Sergienko,
International Journal of Quantum Information 12, 143004 (2014).
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**"Coherent State Quantum Key Distribution with Entanglement Witnessing" David S. Simon, Gregg Jaeger and Alexander Sergienko,
Physical Review A 89, 012315 (2014).
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**"Quantum Information Processing and the Foundations of Quantum Theory"
Gregg Jaeger,
Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews 12/15/13 (2013).
NDPR**

**"Do We Really Understand Quantum Mechanics?"
Gregg Jaeger,
Quantum Information Processing 12, 2637 (2013).
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**"Implications of Disentanglement and Locality Induction for Quantum Information Processing and Cryptography"
"Gregg Jaeger, David Simon, Alexander Sergienko,
Quantum Matter 2, 427 (2013).
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**"Identity, Wholes, and Parts in Quantum Mechanics
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Gregg Jaeger,
AIP Conference Proceedings 1508, 237 (2012).
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"Generalized Quantum Probability and Entanglement Enhancement Witnessing"
Gregg Jaeger,
Foundations of Physics 42, 752 (2012).
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**"Potentiality and Causation"
Gregg Jaeger,
AIP Conference Proceedings 1424, 387 (2012).
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``Quantum Theoretical Approaches and Causality,''
Gregg Jaeger,
In:**

**"Individuation in Quantum Mechanics"
Gregg Jaeger,
Foundations of Physics 41, 299 (2011).
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**"Implications of Disentanglement and Locality Induction for Quantum Information Processing
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Gregg Jaeger,
Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience 8, 375 (2011).
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**"Unsharp Quantum Reality"
Paul Busch and Gregg Jaeger,
Foundations of Physics 40, 1341 (2010)
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**"Individuation in Quantum Mechanics and Space-time"
Gregg Jaeger,
Foundations of Physics 40, 1396 (2010).
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**"Special Issue on Foundations of Quantum Information"
Gregg Jaeger,
Quantum Information Processing 9, 93 (2010).
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**"Finite-time destruction of entanglement and non-locality by environmental influences,"
Kevin Ann and Gregg Jaeger,
Foundations of Physics 39, 790 (2009).
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**"Non-locality sudden death in tripartite systems"
Gregg Jaeger and Kevin Ann,
AIP Conference Proceedings Vol. 1101, 78 (2009).
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**"Which-way/welcher-weg
experiment,"
Paul Busch and Gregg Jaeger,
in **

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**"Double-slit experiment,"
Gregg Jaeger,
in **

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**"Generic tripartite Bell nonlocality sudden death under local phase
noise,"
Kevin Ann and Gregg Jaeger,
Physics Letters A 372, 6853 (2008).
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**"Constructing four-photon states
for quantum communication and information processing,"
Gregg Jaeger and Alexander Sergienko,
International Journal of Theoretical Physics 47, 2120 (2008).**

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**"Local basis-dependent noise-induced Bell-nonlocality sudden death in tripartite systems"
Gregg Jaeger and Kevin Ann,
Physics Letters A 372, 2212 (2008).
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**"Entanglement sudden death in qubit-qutrit systems,"
Kevin Ann and Gregg Jaeger,
Physics Letters A 372, 579 (2008).**

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**"Decoherence,
disentanglement and foundations of quantum mechanics"
Gregg Jaeger and Kevin Ann,
in Quantum theory: Reconsideration of foundations - 4. AIP Conf. Proc. 962, 108 (2007).
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**"Local-dephasing-induced
entanglement sudden death in two-component finite-dimensional systems,"
Kevin Ann and Gregg Jaeger,
Physical Review A 76, 044101 (2007).
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**"Disentanglement and decoherence
in pairs of qutrits under dephasing
noise,"
Gregg Jaeger and Kevin Ann,
Journal of Modern Optics 65, 16, 2327 (2007).
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**"A short introduction to quantum information and
quantum computation,''
Michel Le Bellac and Gregg Jaeger,
Physics Today 60, 64 (May, 2007),
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**"Quantum and superquantum
correlations,''
Gregg Jaeger,
in **

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**"Disentanglement and decoherence
in two-spin and three-spin systems under dephasing,"
Kevin Ann and Gregg Jaeger,
Physical Review B 75, 115307 (2007).
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**"Fractal states for quantum information
processing,"
Gregg Jaeger,
Foundations of probability and physics - 4. AIP Conf. Proc. 889,
120 (2007).
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**"Fractal states in quantum information
processing,''
Gregg Jaeger,
Physics Letters A, 358, 373 (2006).
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**"Entangled states in quantum key distribution,''
Gregg Jaeger and Alexander Sergienko,
Quantum theory: Reconsideration of foundations - 3. AIP Conf. Proc. 810, 161 (2006).
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**"Symmetry and concatenated quantum codes,''
Gregg Jaeger,
Quantum information and computation III. Proc. SPIE Vol. 5815,
27 (2005).
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**"Entanglement and symmetry in multiple-qubit states: a geometrical approach,"
Gregg Jaeger,
Foundations of probability and physics - 3. AIP Conf. Proc. 750,
180 (2005).
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**"Bell gems: the Bell basis generalized,"
Gregg Jaeger,
Physics Letters A 329, 425 (2004).
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**"A Method and System for the
Quantum Mechanical Representation and Processing of Fuzzy Information,"
Gregg Jaeger,
U.S. Patent No.**

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**"Entanglement, mixedness,
and spin-flip symmetry in multiple-qubit
states,"
G. S. Jaeger, A. V. Sergienko, B. E. A. Saleh, M. C. Teich,
Physical Review A 68, 022318 (2003) .
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**"Coherence, entanglement, and
reductionist explanation in quantum physics,"
Gregg Jaeger and Sahotra Sarkar,
in **

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**"Quantum Lorentz-group
invariants of n-qubit systems,"
Mihail Teodorescu-Frumosu
and Gregg Jaeger,
Physical Review A 67, 052305 (2003).**

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**"Method and Apparatus for
Creating at Least One Qubit in a Quantum Computing
Device,"
Gregg Jaeger,
U.S. Patent No.**

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**"Quantum information processing
and precise optical measurement with entangled-photon pairs,"
Alexander Sergienko and Gregg Jaeger,
Contemporary Physics 44, 341 (2003).**

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**"Multiphoton
Stokes-parameter invariant for entangled states,"
G. S. Jaeger, M. Teodorescu-Frumosu, A. V. Sergienko,
B. E. A. Saleh, and M. C. Teich,
Physical Review A 67, 032307 (2003).**

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**"Quantum metrology and quantum information
processing with hyper-entangled quantum states,"
A. V. Sergienko, G. Di Giuseppe, G. S. Jaeger,
B. E. A. Saleh, and M. C. Teich,
in **

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**"Invariants of multiple-qubit systems under stochastic local operations,"
G. S. Jaeger, M. Teodorescu-Frumosu, A. V. Sergienko,
B. E. A. Saleh, and M. C. Teich,
Math.**

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**"Hyper-entangled states and free-space quantum
cryptography,"
A. V. Sergienko, M. Atature,
G. Di Giuseppe, G. S. Jaeger,
Saleh, B. E. A., and M. C. Teich,
Quantum communication and computation, Free-space laser comm. and imaging II.
Proc. SPIE Vol. 4821 (2002), 41.
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**"Multi-photon interferometry,''
Gregg Jaeger and Alexander Sergienko,
in E. Wolf (ed.) Progress in optics 42,
(Elsevier; 2001), Chapter 5 (2001).
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**"Bohmian mechanics and
quantum theory"
Gregg Jaeger,
Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 31, 105 (2000).
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**"Calculating charateristics
of non-collinear phase matching in uniaxial and
biaxial crystals,"
N. Boeuf, D. Branning, I. Chaperot, E. Dauler, S. Guerin,
G. Jaeger,
A. Muller, A. L. Migdall,
Optical Engineering 9, 1016-1024 (April 2000).
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**"Two-coherent-state interferometry,''
D. A. Rice, G. S. Jaeger and B. C. Sanders,
Physical Review A 62, 012101 (July 2000).
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**"Using correlated photons to measure polarization
mode dispersion with attosecond resolution,"
A. V. Sergienko, G. S. Jaeger and A. L. Migdall,
International conference on laser spectroscopy (ICOLS99) Innsbruck, Austria
(1999).
PROCEEDINGS AT
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**"Tests of a two-photon technique for measuring
polarization mode dispersion with subfemtosecond
precision,''
E. Dauler, G. Jaeger, A. Muller, A. Migdall and A. Sergienko,
Journal of Research NIST 104, 1-10 (1999).
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**"An extremum principle
for a neutron diffraction experiment,''
Gregg Jaeger and Abner Shimony,
Foundations of Physics 29: 435 -444 (1999).
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**"Quantum cryptography using femtosecond-pulsed
parametric down-conversion,''
A.V. Sergienko, M. Atature,
Z. Walton, G.S. Jaeger,
B.E.A. Saleh and M.C. Teich,
Physical Review A 60, R2622 -R2625 (1999).
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**``The Ehrenfest
classification of phase transitions...,''
Gregg Jaeger,
Archives for History of Exact Sciences 53, 51 -81 (1998).
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**"An outline of the philosophy of
science in the twentieth century,"
Gregg Jaeger,
University of Tuzla (Bosnia) Anniversary Volume, 223 -230 (1997).**

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**"Bell-type equalities for SQUIDs on the assumption of macroscopic realism and
non-invasive measurability,"
Gregg Jaeger, Chris Viger and Sahotra
Sarkar,
Physics Letters A, 210: 5 -10 (1996).
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**"Two interferometric
complementarities,"
Gregg Jaeger, Abner Shimony
and Lev Vaidman,
Physical Review A 51, 54 -67 (1995).
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**"Optimal distinction between two non-orthogonal
quantum states,"
Gregg Jaeger and Abner Shimony,
Physics Letters A 197: 83 -87 (1995).
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**"On the distribution of bacterial mutants... ,"
Gregg Jaeger and Sahotra Sarkar,
Genetica 96: 217 -283 (1995).
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**"New quantum mechanical results in interferometry,''
Ph.D. thesis, Boston University
Dissertation abstracts international, 55-08 Section B,
p. 3380 (1995).
Abstract
at Smithsonian/NASA ADS **

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**"Complementarity and
path distinguishability,"
Abner Shimony and Gregg
Jaeger,
International workshop on squeezed states and uncertainty relations 3,
(Baltimore, 1993), 523 (1994).
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**"Complementarity
of one-particle and two-particle interference,"
Gregg Jaeger, Abner Shimony
and Michael Horne,
Physical Review A 48, 1023 -1027 (1993).**

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