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The contributions to this quantity are in keeping with chosen lectures from the 1st overseas workshop on decoherence, details, complexity and entropy (DICE). the purpose of this quantity is to mirror the becoming significance ot universal options at the back of probably varied fields corresponding to quantum mechanics, basic relativity and statistical physics in a kind obtainable to nonspecialist researchers. Many presentations include unique effects that are released the following for the 1st time.
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