The localization has the following properties:
(i) There is a chooser mechanism for the selection of the localization site.
(ii) The chooser selects one site on the basis of minor energy differences and differences in the gravonon structure between the sites, which at present cannot be controlled experimentally and therefore let the choice appear statistical.
(iii) The changes from one localization site to a neighbouring one take place in a telegraph-signal like manner.
(iv) The times at which telegraph like jumps occur dependent on subtleties of the gravonon structure which at present cannot be controlled experimentally and therefore let the telegraph-like jumps appear statistical.
(v) The fact that the dynamical law acts in the configuration space of fields living in 11 dimensional spacetime lets the events observed in 4 dimensional spacetime appear non-local.
In this way the phenomenology of Copenhagen quantum mechanics is obtained without the need of introducing the process of collapse and a probabilistic interpretation of the wave function. Operators defining observables need not be introduced. All experimental findings are explained in a deterministic way as a consequence of the time development of the wave function in configuration space according to Schroedinger's equation without the need of introducing a probabilistic interpretation.
G. Doyen and D. Drakova, Copenhagen Quantum Mechanics Emerges from a Deterministic
Schroedinger Theory in 11 Dimensional Spacetime Including Weak Field Gravitation,
Foundations of Physics 45, pp 959-999 (2015).