# Quantum Invariance

### EasyChair Preprint no. 3534

6 pages•Date: June 2, 2020### Abstract

Quantum invariance designates the relation of any quantum coherent state to the corresponding statistical ensemble of measured results. The adequate generalization of ‘measurement’ is discussed to involve the discrepancy, due to the fundamental Planck constant, between any quantum coherent state and its statistical representation as a statistical ensemble after measurement.

A set-theory corollary is the curious invariance to the axiom of choice: Any coherent state excludes any well-ordering and thus excludes also the axiom of choice. It should be equated to a well-ordered set after measurement and thus requires the axiom of choice.

Quantum invariance underlies quantum information and reveals it as the relation of an unordered quantum “much” (i.e. a coherent state) and a well-ordered “many” of the measured results (i.e. a statistical ensemble). It opens up to a new horizon, in which all physical processes and phenomena can be interpreted as quantum computations realizing relevant operations and algorithms on quantum information. All phenomena of entanglement can be described in terms of the so defined quantum information.

Quantum invariance elucidates the link between general relativity and quantum mechanics and thus, the problem of quantum gravity.

**Keyphrases**: axiom of choice, choice, coherent state, measurement in quantum mechanics, well-ordering