It from Qubit: How to Draw Quantum Contextuality†
AbstractWheeler’s observer-participancy and the related it from bit credo refer to quantum non-locality and contextuality. The mystery of these concepts slightly starts unveiling if one encodes the (in)compatibilities between qubit observables in the relevant finite geometries. The main objective of this treatise is to outline another conceptual step forward by employing Grothendieck’s dessins d’enfants to reveal the topological and (non)algebraic machinery underlying the measurement acts and their information content. View Full-Text
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Planat, M. It from Qubit: How to Draw Quantum Contextuality. Information 2014, 5, 209-218.
Planat M. It from Qubit: How to Draw Quantum Contextuality. Information. 2014; 5(2):209-218.Chicago/Turabian Style
Planat, Michel. 2014. "It from Qubit: How to Draw Quantum Contextuality." Information 5, no. 2: 209-218.