## Publications

- Durham, I.T. (2009) “A category theoretic approach to asymptotic quantum channel approximation and Birkhoff’s theorem,” arxiv.org:quant-ph/0905.4760.
- Durham, I.T. (2008) “Quantum communication on closed time-like curves,” arxiv.org:quant-ph/0803.3287.
- Durham, I.T. (2008) “Examining the quantum-classical contrast via entropic Bell inequalities and corollary statements in thermodynamics,” arxiv.org:quant-ph/0801.0403.
- Guerra, D. and I.T. Durham (2007) “The LASER: A closer look at its development,”
*The Quantum Times*, 2, 2, 5. - Durham, I.T. (2007) “The FBI in Academe: An editorial on academic and personal freedom,”
*The Quantum Times*, 2, 2, 5. - Durham, I.T. (2007) “Entanglement and the second law,”
*Bulletin of the American Physical Society*, 52, MAR.B33.13. - Durham, I.T. (2007) “Are entropic Bell inequalities implied by the second law?” arxiv.org:quant-ph/0703027.
- Durham, I.T. (2006) “A derivation of Bell’s inequalities in Wigner form from the fundamental assumption of statistical mechanics,” arxiv.org:quant-ph/0612015
- Durham, I.T. (2006) “Rethinking the history of solar wind studies: Eddington’s analysis of Comet Morehouse,”
*Notes and Records of the Royal Society*, 60, 261. - Durham, I.T. (2006) “Limitations on entropic Bell inequalities,” arxiv.org:quant-ph/0608004.
- Durham, I.T. (2006) “Sir Arthur Eddington’s analysis of the envelopes of Comet Morehouse in 1910,” invited plenary session talk, joint APS/AAPT Texas sections meeting, Angelo State University, San Angelo, Texas, March 24, 2006.
- Durham, I.T. (2006) “Correlated observables in field-theoretic terms: single- and multi-particle systems,”
*Bulletin of the American Physical Society*, 51, 224. - Durham, I.T. (2005) “Correlated observables in single-particle systems and field theoretic interpretations,” arxiv.org:quant-ph/0511048.
- Durham, I.T. (2005) “Quantum puzzles in the set theoretic metaworld of Heisenberg, Clauser, and Horne,” arxiv.org:quant-ph/0508076 and philsci-archive.pitt.edu:philsci-archive/00002401.
- Durham, I.T. (2005) “Bell’s theorem, uncertainty, and conditional events,” philsci-archive.pitt.edu:philsci-archive/00002378.
- Durham, I.T. (2004)
*Sir Arthur Eddington and the Foundations of Modern Physics*, PhD thesis, University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Scotland, arxiv.org:quant-ph/0603146. - Durham, I.T. (2004) “The philosophy of exclusion in Eddington’s
*Fundamental Theory*,”*Proceedings of the Workshop: Arthur Eddington, Interdisciplinary Perspectives*, Center for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England. - Durham, I.T. (2003) “Eddington and uncertainty,”
*Physics in Perspective*, 5, 398, arxiv.org:physics/0204057. - Durham, I.T. (2003) “Numerology and the cosmos: alternative cosmologies in 1930’s Britain,”
*Cubo: Matematica Educacion*, 5, 1. - Durham, I.T. (2002) “The uncertain Sir Arthur Eddington,”
*Bulletin of the American Physical Society*, 47, O15.002. - Durham, I.T. (2001) “A historical perspective on the topology and physics of hyperspace,” arxiv.org:physics/0011042.
- Durham, I.T. (2001) “Cosmonumerology, cosmophysics, and the large numbers hypothesis: British cosmology in the 1930’s,”
*Bulletin of the American Physical Society*, 46, C13.001. - Durham, I.T. and Durham, A.S. (2000) “Distance learning programs to inspire students in the sciences,” contributed talk, joint APS/AAPT New England section spring meeting, Providence, Rhode Island, March 2000.
- Durham, I.T., Durham, A.S., Pawelczyk, J.A., Brod, L.B., and Durham, T.F., (1999), “Corporate sponsored education initiatives onboard the ISS,”
*AIP Conference Proceedings*.

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