|Comments: E-print archive quant-ph/9911113, Latex, 27 pages, 7 postscript
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"MYSTERIES, PUZZLES AND PARADOXES IN QUANTUM MECHANICS,
Workshop on ENTANGLEMENT AND DECOHERENCE,
Palazzo Feltrinelli, Gargnano, Garda Lake, Italy, 20-25 September, 1999
In sections 1 and 2 we review Event Enhanced Quantum Theory (EEQT). In section 3 we discuss applications of EEQT to tunneling time, and compare its quantitative predictions with other approaches, in particular with Büttiker-Larmor and Bohm trajectory approach. In section 4 we discuss quantum chaos and quantum fractals resulting from simultaneous continuous monitoring of several non-commuting observables. In particular we show self-similar, non-linear, iterated function system-type, patterns arising from quantum jumps and from the associated Markov operator. Concluding remarks pointing to possible future development of EEQT are given in section 5.
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