Volume 13 No 1 (2015)
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The Synchronicity Principle under Quantum Probabilistic Inferences
Catarina Moreira and Andreas Wichert
We propose a new quantum Bayesian Network model in order to compute probabilistic inferences in decisionmaking scenarios. The application of a quantum paradigm to decision making generates interference effects that influence probabilistic inferences. These effects do not exist in a classical setting and constitute a major issue in the decision process, because they generate quantum parameters that highly increase with the amount of uncertainty of the problem
Bayesian networks, decision making, quantum probability, synchronicity principle, quantum cognition
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