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imperative of the use of negative probabilities for quantum computing

There is critical imperative of the use of negative probabilities for logic and computing.

I read somewhere that Dirac was an advocate of the use of negative probabilities, that was something like  four years ago.

I’ve been thinking about it and thinking about it, and negative probabilities now appear to me as opposites of normal (positive) probabilities.

It should be critical to quantum computing because a double state of a quantum can simply be the addition ofr a positive bit and a negative bit.

 

 

Oegstgeest, 20 July 2012

P.J. Brouwer

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