Items where Subject is "Specific Sciences > Computation/Information > Quantum"
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Cuffaro, Michael E. (2014) How-Possibly Explanations in Quantum Computer Science. In:  Philosophy of Science Assoc. 24th Biennial Mtg (Chicago, IL).
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.
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]
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]
E. Szabó, László (2007) The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Argument and the Bell Inequalities. [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]
Cuffaro, Michael (2012) Many Worlds, the Cluster-state Quantum Computer, and the Problem of the Preferred Basis. [Published Article]