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The measurement process plays a fundamental role in any physical theory, and indeed a crucial one in quantum mechanics. The set of works dedicated to the subject is almost uncountable and different descriptions of the process often imply different interpretation of quantum mechanics itself. In this work, embodying the formal definition of the largeN limit of a quantum theory into the parametric representation with environmental coherent states (PRECS), we complement the description of the measurement process with the quantumtoclassical crossover of the apparatus only. We thus manage to understand how objective results emerge from the entangled states of a macroscopic measuring apparatus, and why their production is an inherently statistical phenomenon. The observed system's state reduction and the Born's rule are contextually obtained. It is to be noticed that environmental coherent states have already been used in relation with the quantum measurement process; however, it is the original use of the PRECS that allows us to embody the symmetry breaking phenomenon and ultimately describe the outcome production.

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