
Evolutionary Processes in Quantum Decision Theory
The review presents the basics of quantum decision theory, with the emph...
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Quantum optimal transport is cheaper
We compare bipartite (Euclidean) matching problems in classical and quan...
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Quantum Software Models: The Density Matrix for Classical and Quantum Software Systems Design
Linear Software Models enable rigorous linear algebraic procedures for m...
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Echoing the recent Google success: Foundational Roots of Quantum Supremacy
The recent Google's claim on breakthrough in quantum computing is a gong...
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Decision Making for Inconsistent Expert Judgments Using Negative Probabilities
In this paper we provide a simple randomvariable example of inconsisten...
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Modeling Sequences with Quantum States: A Look Under the Hood
Classical probability distributions on sets of sequences can be modeled ...
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Information Processing by Networks of Quantum Decision Makers
We suggest a model of a multiagent society of decision makers taking de...
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Tossing Quantum Coins and Dice
The procedure of tossing quantum coins and dice is described. This case is an important example of a quantum procedure because it presents a typical framework employed in quantum information processing and quantum computing. The emphasis is on the clarification of the difference between quantum and classical conditional probabilities. These probabilities are designed for characterizing different systems, either quantum or classical, and they, generally, cannot be reduced to each other. Thus the Lüders probability cannot be treated as a generalization of the classical conditional probability. The analogies between quantum theory of measurements and quantum decision theory are elucidated.
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