GRWP theory

GRWP theory

[¦jē¦är¦dəb·əl‚yü′pē ‚thē·ə·rē]
(quantum mechanics)
A theory that attempts to resolve the quantum measurement paradox by postulating the existence of new laws whose corrections to quantum mechanics become significant over time periods of t0/ N, where t0 is a characteristic time of the order of the age of the universe and N is the number of particles in the system in question. Derived from Ghirardi-Rimini-Weber-Pearle theory.