Number of items at this level: **25**.

## Preprint

Aaronson, Scott
(2011)
*Why Philosophers Should Care About Computational Complexity.*
[Preprint]

Barrett, Jeffrey A.
(2011)
*Wigner's Friend and Bell's Field Beables.*
[Preprint]

Cuffaro, Michael
(2011)
*Reflections on the Role of Entanglement in the Explanation of Quantum Computational Speedup.*
[Preprint]

Cuffaro, Michael E.
(2014)
*On the Significance of the Gottesman-Knill Theorem.*
[Preprint]

Cuffaro, Michael E.
(2016)
*Reconsidering No-Go Theorems from a Practical Perspective.*
[Preprint]

Cuffaro, Michael E.
(2017)
*Universality, Invariance, and the Foundations of Computational Complexity in the light of the Quantum Computer.*
[Preprint]

Dunlap, Lucas
(2015)
*The Metaphysics of D-CTCs: On the Underlying Assumptions of Deutsch's Quantum Solution to the Paradoxes of Time Travel.*
[Preprint]

Dunlap, Lucas
(2015)
*On the Common Structure of the Primitive Ontology Approach and the Information-Theoretic Interpretation of Quantum Theory.*
[Preprint]

Dunlap, Lucas
(2016)
*Shakespeare's Free Lunch: A Critique of the D-CTC Solution to the Knowledge Paradox.*
[Preprint]

E. Szabó, László
(2007)
*The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Argument and the Bell Inequalities.*
[Preprint]

Felline, Laura
(2016)
*It's a Matter of Principle.
Scientific Explanation in Information-Theoretic Reconstructions of Quantum Theory.*
[Preprint]

Gao, Shan
(2013)
*On the possibility of nonlinear quantum evolution and superluminal communication.*
[Preprint]

Hagar, Amit and Hemmo, Meir
(2005)
*Explaining the Unobserved: Why Quantum Mechanics Is Not only About Information.*
[Preprint]

Hagar, Amit and Hemmo, Meir
(2006)
*Explaining the Unobserved: Why Quantum Theory Ain't Only About Information.*
[Preprint]

Hagar, Amit and Korolev, Alex
(2007)
*Quantum Hypercomputation - Hype or Computation?*
[Preprint]

Lombardi, Olimpia and López, Cristian and Fortin, Sebastian
(2015)
*No information without manipulation.*
[Preprint]

Timpson, Christopher Gordon
(2005)
*The Grammar of Teleportation.*
[Preprint]

## Conference or Workshop Item

Cuffaro, Michael E.
(2014)
*How-Possibly Explanations in (Quantum) Computer Science.*
In: UNSPECIFIED.

Lombardi, Olimpia and López, Cristian
(2016)
*Quantum information or quantum coding?*
In: UNSPECIFIED.

Penchev, Vasil
(2015)
*Quantum information as the information of infinite series.*
In: UNSPECIFIED.

## Published Article or Volume

Cuffaro, Michael
(2012)
*Many Worlds, the Cluster-state Quantum Computer, and the Problem of the Preferred Basis.*
Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 43 (1).
pp. 35-42.
ISSN 1355-2198

Kastner, Ruth
(2016)
*Violation of the Born Rule: Implications for Macroscopic Fields.*
International Journal of Quantum Foundations, 2 (3).
pp. 121-126.

Zafiris, Elias and Karakostas, Vassilios
(2013)
*A Categorial Semantic Representation of Quantum Event Structures.*
Foundations of Physics, 43 (9).
pp. 1090-1123.
ISSN 1572-9516

## Other

Cinà, Giovanni
(2013)
*On the connection between the categorical and the modal
logic approaches to Quantum Mechanics.*
ILLC.

Cuffaro, Michael E.
*On the Physical Explanation for Quantum Computational Speedup.*
Western Libraries.

This list was generated on **Tue Mar 28 01:14:27 2017 EDT**.