The quantum eraser experiment tells us that a photon shot at two slits is a wave, unless you measure which slit is taken and you do not destroy the measurement result. I've found this very similar to ...
Cubic Yutsis graphs appear in the context of the quantum theory of angular momenta. The recognition of these graphs is NP-complete. Is there any implication to quantum physics if recognition of ...
Can physical states be treated as information (strings over some alphabet)? If (1) is true, isn't this a trivial conclusion that the universe can be simulated by a Turing machine or a cellular ...
Consider the classical XOR Gate: Given a 2 bit system: $G = [u_1, u_2]$ $$XOR(G) = (u_1 + u_2) \ mod \ 2$$ Is the following a good generalizaiton of a Quantum XOR Gate: Given a 2-qubit system: ...
Can the Church–Turing Thesis be proved assuming classical mechanics, how is the proof or disproof? Edited: I was looking for a proof of "everything computable by a device obeying CM is computable by ...