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Blogger Sally Shrapnel wrote on May. 30, 2022 @ 11:46 GMT
Sally Shrapnel (University of Queensland)

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Quantum Physics and Statistical Causal Models



This talk introduces quantum causal modelling and describes existing quantum causal discovery methods. Important distinctions between familiar classical causal concepts and their quantum counterparts will be discussed, and example use cases for quantum causal discovery presented. Some potential opportunities for classical causal discovery experts to contribute to this fledgling field will also be outlined.



Keywords: $IAF #Information_As_Fuel #Shrapnel #Quantum #Quantum_Computing

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Peter Warwick Morgan wrote on May. 31, 2022 @ 20:06 GMT
Hi, Sally. Thanks for an interesting talk. As well as watching it, I've looked at the paper of yours that you mention, "Updating the Born rule", in NewJPhys, because it seemed to intersect with a new paper of mine in JPhysA, "The collapse of a quantum state as a joint probability construction". I'm sorry not to have known of your paper earlier.

In Figure 1 in your paper, you say, as I...

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Steve Dufourny replied on Jun. 1, 2022 @ 10:31 GMT
Hi Peter, interesting the collpase quantum state, try to superimpose the deeper parameters that I explained you about this DM and DE and consider these 3 series of spheres and after consider the theory of informations , consider the volumes and densities for the informations and their motions oscillations and a correlated lifetime for them and after consider the non commutativity of Alain Connes in details mathematically speakig for all this , it can be relevant to reach unknowns , regards

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Michael Wade wrote on Jul. 28, 2022 @ 11:54 GMT
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