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##### Description

Quantum::Superpositions package contains QM-like superpositions in Perl. SYNOPSIS use Quantum::Superpositions; if ($x == any($a, $b, $c)) { ... } while ($nextval < all(@thresholds)) { ... } $max = any(@value) < all(@values); use Quantum::Superpositions BINARY => [ CORE::index ]; print index( any("opts","tops","spot"), "o" ); print index( "stop", any("p","s") ); BACKGROUND Under the standard interpretation of quantum mechanics, until they are observed, particles exist only as a discontinuous probability function. Under the Cophenhagen Interpretation, this situation is often visualized by imagining the state of an unobserved particle to be a ghostly overlay of all its possible observable states simultaneously. For example, a particle that might be observed in state A, B, or C may be considered to be in a pseudo-state where it is simultaneously in states A, B, and C. Such a particle is said to be in a superposition of states. Research into applying particle superposition in construction of computer hardware is already well advanced. The aim of such research is to develop reliable quantum memories, in which an individual bit is stored as some measurable property of a quantised particle (a qubit). Because the particle can be physically coerced into a superposition of states, it can store bits that are simultaneously 1 and 0. Specific processes based on the interactions of one or more qubits (such as interference, entanglement, or additional superposition) are then be used to construct quantum logic gates. Such gates can in turn be employed to perform logical operations on qubits, allowing logical and mathematical operations to be executed in parallel. Unfortunately, the math required to design and use quantum algorithms on quantum computers is painfully hard. The Quantum::Superpositions module offers another approach, based on the superposition of entire scalar values (rather than individual qubits)..

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Quantum::Entanglement package contains QM entanglement of variables in perl.

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DateSep 25, 2010

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DateSep 26, 2010

AuthorMartin Klang

Size102.4 KB

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