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Authors: Michail Zak (Senior Research Scientist (Emeritus), Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology, CA) 
Book Description:
This book traces the roots of intelligence down to quantum physics, and in particular, to quantum natural computing. The concept of intelligence is formalized in such a way that it can be referred to both human and robots, and therefore, the book is focused on a phenomenology of intelligent behavior, in general, regardless of its biological or physical origin. The simplest patterns of intelligent behavior, that are generalization and abstraction, can be found in classical recurrent nets that simulate static, periodic and chaotic attractors. However, only introduction of quantum recurrent nets (QRN), quantum resonance (QR) phenomenon, and quantum-inspired (IQ) systems opens up a closer look to phenomenological similarity between quantum algorithms and paradigms of intelligent behavior. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Preface

Part I. Quantum Computing by Simulations

Chapter I.1. Quantum recurrent nets pp.1-24

Chapter I.2. Quantum model of emerging grammars pp.25-36

Chapter I.3. Quantum resonance for Simulation NP-complete problems pp.37-46

Chapter I.4. Quantum computer on classical scale…pp.47-64

Part II. Quantum-inspired Computing

Chapter II.1. Quantum-inspired Dynamical Systems pp.65-98

Chapter II.2. Closure in turbulence using IQ feedback pp.99-128

Chapter II.3. Solving Partial Differential equations Using IQ approach pp.129-136

Chapter II.4. Quantum-inspired approach To Optimization Problem pp.137-150

Chapter II.5. Quantum-Inspired Resonance for Associative Memory pp.151-160

Part III. From Life to Intelligence

Chapter III.1. Physics of Life from First Principles pp.161-188

Chapter III.2. Emergence of Intelligence pp.189-236

IV. Conclusion

V. Epilogue

Index

   Series:
      Computer Science, Technology and Applications
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 7 x 10 (NBC - C) 255pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-61324-780-8
   Status: AV
  
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