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A PhD student in Theoretical Quantum Optics at ICFO. Alumnus of Physics and Mathematics at the University of Warsaw. Interested in quantum optics & quantum information, applied optics and mathematical modeling in psychology. Dedicated to education of gifted schoolchildren (as both tutor and organizer). In free time enjoys photography, hiking and psychology (esp. cognitive science).


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comment Numerical tests of Titius–Bode formula for artificial planetary orbits
Does the other question ask, or refer to, any numerical simulations? "Because there is other question referring to an exponential fit to planet positions" is not a thing that makes sense.
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comment Numerical tests of Titius–Bode formula for artificial planetary orbits
@BenCrowell Seriously? (Especially as I am aware of this question.)
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comment Numerical tests of Titius–Bode formula for artificial planetary orbits
@Danu I understand that it is not a (universal) law, but a formula (though I use law as in a proper name). Since it 1) has much less parameters than the number of orbits and 2) it was used to predict (so not only fitting) I am not persuaded that is a "lucky guess" (unless I am given some statistical measure how lucky it is). And in particular a numerical results saying that orbits do not follow this formula would persuade me.
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comment Computer game with quantum optics/ information
Yes, it is a nice project. (And, by chance, I met one of the authors.)
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asked Why the original BB84 paper “Quantum cryptography: Public key distribution and coin tossing” has 'withdrawn' status?
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comment Why doesn't the no-cloning theorem make lasers impossible?
While true, it is not related to how laser works. Laser typically works arbitrarily well for all polarizations. The reason is that at low intensities amplifications of single photons is not much stronger than amplification of quantum vacuum.
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comment Which symmetric pure qudit states can be reached within local operations?
If you have any critical remarks, I would be grateful (email or scirate.com/arxiv/1403.3069).
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comment Function for curved line in log-log-plot
Why log-log plot? Did you try linear scale for temp?
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answered Schwinger representation of operators for n-particle 2-mode symmetric states
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comment Which symmetric pure qudit states can be reached within local operations?
Take a look at: P. Migdał, J. Rodríguez-Laguna, M. Oszmaniec, M. Lewenstein, Which multiphoton states are related via linear optics?, arXiv:1403.3069 (where I acknowledge you and this thread). Thanks once again!