DOI: 10.14704/nq.2017.15.3.1053

Relational Decision-Making Processes

Daegene Song

Abstract


The nonlocal aspect of entanglement is often considered to show the solid distinguishability of quantum weirdness from classical theory. In this paper, this peculiar facet of entanglement is discussed in light of the observer-dependent subjective model, in which vacuum is filled with the quantum negative sea of the observer's reference frame. The correlation of observers' choices with respect to the observed, as opposed to the ordinary correlation of state vectors with respect to the choice of observables in the observer-independent objective scheme, will be considered. In particular, we will argue that, unlike in the objective model, it is the observers' conscious negative sea that interact and share with each other. The presented discussion is consistent with the previous proposal of continuous or infinite negative sea as an innate aspect of universal grammar shared among observers.

Keywords


Information, Decision-Making, Entanglement, Language

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Supporting Agencies

This work was supported by the research grant of the Chungbuk National University in 2015.



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