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Topics on Quantum Information Science [Working Title]
This chapter has three Parts. Part 1 attempts to analyze the concept "information" (in some selected contexts where it has been used) in order to understand the consequences of representing and processing information, quantum mechanically. There are at least three views on 'Information' viz., 'Semantic Naturalism', 'the Quantum Bayesian Approach' and 'Information is Physical' approach. They are then critically examined and at last one is given preference. Part 2 of the chapter then goes on todoi:10.5772/intechopen.98769 fatcat:4fd6ei4hcra47l7bvlitldwsty