DOI: 10.14704/nq.2019.17.2.1939

Self-Reference and Entanglement Network

Daegene Song

Abstract


One of the important concepts in logical studies is the self-reference, which often leads to semantic inconsistencies. In order to resolve this problem, the cyclical time process of self-reference is discussed in terms of computing machines. This approach provides an interconnection between matter and mind that may help to solve one of the important physics predicaments, namely, the cosmological constant problem. On the other hand, entanglement is often considered a natural phenomenon that is clearly distinguishable from classical theory. Moreover, entanglement has been shown to be an essential part of recent developments in quantum computing and quantum cryptography. In this paper, the entanglement swapping protocol is applied to four 2-level non-maximal states, and a new non-trivial class of non-maximal states that approximate the weakest link is examined numerically.

Keywords


Self-Reference, Cyclical Time, Entanglement, Numerical Methods

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