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Wu Guolin, Philosophy of Quantum Information, 2011

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Wu Guolin, Philosophy of QuantumInformation,

China Social Science Press, 2011.

Wu Guolin

Ph. D, Professor, South China University of Technology(SCUT)

Dean,Institute for Advanced Study in Science, Technology and Philosophy(IASSTP),SCUT

Director,Research  Center for Philosophy of Science and Technology, SCUT

President,Chinese Association for Philosophy of Physics(CAPP)

Convenor, Southern Forum for Philosophy

e-mail: ssglwu@scut.edu.cn

Guangzhou,510640, P. R. China


Contents

Preface ..............................................................................................................................................1

ReadingAdvice..................................................................................................................................1

Chap.1 The wave function andquantum entanglement................................................ 1

§1 The quantum state and wave-particle duality....................................................... 1

§2The wave function and its significance ..............................................................................6

§3The meaning ofquantum entanglement .............................................................................9

§4EPR correlation................................................................................................................15

Chap.2 What is quantum information ?...................................................................................21

   §1The sense of classical information ...................................................................................21

     1. The sense of on the origin andstructure of the information ..........................................21

     2. The senseof the information in sciences .......................................................................23

§2 The basic sense andproperties of quantum information.................................................27

   §3The discussions of the sense ofquantum information ...................................................32

§4The relationship between quantum information and classicalinformation...................35

   §5 The essence ofquantuminformation..............................................................................38

Chap. 3 The quantum reality ...................................................................................................41

§1  “20 questions” gameand delayed-choice experiment..................................................41

§2The reality and its standards............................................................................................50

§3 The views ofquantum reality.........................................................................................59

     1. The representation and sense of theoperator .................................................................59

     2. The reality of wavefunction............................................................................................66

     3. The reality of wave function, quantum realityand environment....................................69

     4. Comparing the quantum reality withclassical reality ....................................................71

   §4 It from bit?......................................................................................................................74

Chap.4 Quantum entanglement and itsidentity.....................................................................85

§1 Quantumteleportation......................................................................................................85

§2The process of quantum teleportation and its analysis ....................................................89

§3 The properties ofquantum entanglement........................................................................99

   §4 True and false Sunwukong............................................................................................102

§5 The identity ofphilosophy..............................................................................................109

 1. The classicalidentity......................................................................................................109

 2. The modernidentity........................................................................................................110

   §6 Identity problem inphysics ............................................................................................116

   §7 Identity problem inquantum entanglement....................................................................125

Chap.5Boundaries of causality ?............................................................................................129

§1Iinteraction and locality................................................................................................129

§2Process and events: a new perspective on the view ofthings........................................132

§3 INUS model andSuppesmodel.....................................................................................134

 1.  INUS model...............................................................................................................136

 2. Suppesmodel...............................................................................................................138

§4 Bunge’s event theory and causal state spacemodel......................................................139

§5 Causal analysis of quantum teleportationprocess..........................................................143

§6 Several philosophical discussions..................................................................................146

Chap.6Encounter between quantum phenomenon, quantum information and

phenomenology...........................................................................................................................149

§1 From phenomenologyto post-phenomenology.............................................................150

§2 The origin sense ofphenomenon ..................................................................................153

§3The concept of phenomenonin phenomenology...........................................................154

§4 The concept ofquantum phenomena and itscomparison..............................................156

§5 A brief comparisonof the description of the phenomenon............................................163

§6 The basic conceptof post-phenomenology....................................................................166

§7 Quantum informationand its enbodiment.....................................................................171

 1. Thearrangement of the experiment and results and theconsciousness........................171

 2. Themeaning of quantum information with someone's intention..................................172

 3. Constructionof quantum information ...........................................................................175

§8 Quantum informationand variations..............................................................................177

 1.Quantum-cloning and variations....................................................................................177

 2. Quantumteleportation and variations............................................................................178

 3. Theidentity of change with the hermeneutics' strategy ................................................179

§9 The meaning ofquantum information in phenomenology..............................................180

Chap.7 Quantum algorithm and quantum computing.........................................................186

§1 The computationalcomplexity and its related concepts ................................................186

§2 The basiccharacteristics of quantum computing ...........................................................193

 1. Quantumstorage with large storage capacity...............................................................194

 2. Quantumcomputing is of parallelism and entanglement ..............................................195

 3. Quantumcomputing is of  whole.................................................................................199

 4. Somequantum algorithms are of accelerating ability ..................................................202

§3  The philosophical thinking of quantumcomputing ....................................................207

 1. Therelationship between physics and mathematics.....................................................207

 2. Quantumalgorithm and quantum computation clarify the reality of the wave function

...............................................................................................................................................209

 3. The meaningof quantum algorithm..............................................................................211

 4. Themethodological meaning of quantum black box ....................................................213

Chap.8 Symmetry, quantum information and interaction .............................................. ....218

§1  Symmetry and interaction...........................................................................................218

 1. The senseof symmetry.................................................................................................218

 2. The senseof interaction ................................................................................................224

 3. Symmetrygoverns interactions and its philosophical significance ..............................227

§2  The concept of information in quantum level .............................................................233

 1. Themeaning of Bohm's active information..................................................................233

 2. The blackhole information problems...........................................................................239

§3  A new type of quantum interactions in quantuminformation? ...................................241

 1. Theanalysis of the process ...........................................................................................242

 2. Somephilosophical views.............................................................................................243

Appendix ......................................................................................................................................249

    1.Bra-ket notation, direct sum and directproduct...........................................................249

    2. The strict derivation of GHZ's theoremand its significance.......................................253

Theindex........................................................................................................................................262

Afterword.....................................................................................................................................272




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