Quantum::Superpositions::Lazy::Computation - a computation result, superposition-like class
Computation is a class with the same function as Quantum::Superpositions::Lazy::Superposition but different source of data. A computation object spawns as soon as a superposition object is used with an overloaded operator.
Much like a superposition, the computation object does not act upon its members immediately but rather waits for a collapse call, which then collapses any computation member elements that consume the Quantum::Superpositions::Lazy::Role::Collapsible role. The reset method also calls itself on any collapsible member, which effectively resets the entire "system" of members connected with mathematical operations.
Upon building the complete set of possible states, computations perform the cartesian product of all the complete states of every source superposition. This is a very costly operation that can produce millions of elements very quickly.
Computations are almost indistinguishable from regular superpositions, so they will not be addressed directly in the rest of the documentation. Instead, any reference to a superposition should be treated as if it also referenced the computation.
For computations, this method always returns 1. All of the returned states will have their weights scaled from the origin to have the same "slice of the pie".
Same purpose as in Quantum::Superpositions::Lazy::Superposition.