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Automata simulating quantum logics

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The idea of computational complementarity is developed further. A special class of macroscopic automata to imitate quantum and classical systems is described. The simplest automaton imitating a spin-1/2 particle is completely considered.

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Grib, A.A., Zapatrin, R.R. Automata simulating quantum logics. Int J Theor Phys 29, 113–123 (1990).

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