PROBABILITY & STATISTICS

Quantum effect logic in cognition

Resource type
Author/contributor
Title
Quantum effect logic in cognition
Abstract
This paper illustrates applications of a new, modern version of quantum logic in quantum cognition. The new logic uses ‘effects’ as predicates, instead of the more restricted interpretation of predicates as projections — which is used so far in this area. Effect logic involves states and predicates, validity and conditioning, and also state and predicate transformation via channels. The main aim of this paper is to demonstrate the usefulness of this effect logic in quantum cognition, via many high-level reformulations of standard examples. The usefulness of the logic is greatly increased by its implementation in the programming language Python.
Publication
Journal of Mathematical Psychology
Volume
81
Pages
1-10
Date
December 1, 2017
Journal Abbr
Journal of Mathematical Psychology
Language
en
DOI
10/gcnkcj
ISSN
0022-2496
Accessed
2019-11-22T22:19:41Z
Library Catalog
ScienceDirect
Extra
ZSCC: 0000002
Citation
Jacobs, B. (2017). Quantum effect logic in cognition. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 81, 1–10. https://doi.org/10/gcnkcj
BIOLOGY, NEUROSCIENCE & PSYCHOLOGY
CATEGORICAL LOGIC
PROBABILITY & STATISTICS
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