Quantum::Usrn - Square root of not. River stage zero No dependents

Provide the 'square root of not' function (Usrn), used by weird Quantum Physicists. Applying Usrn to a value will produce noise; applying Usrn to that noise will produce the bitwise negation of the original value. It all sounds a bit stange, and most...

KASEI/Quantum-Usrn-1.00 - 10 Jul 2001 21:00:15 GMT

Random::Quantum - Get fundamentally random numbers using QRBGS ( Quantum Random Bit Generator Service http://random.irb.hr/ ) River stage zero No dependents

EGOR/Random-Quantum-0.04 - 21 Nov 2010 21:48:20 GMT

Quantum::ClebschGordan - Calculate/list Clebsch-Gordan Coefficients River stage zero No dependents

DAVIDRW/Quantum-ClebschGordan-0.01 - 09 Mar 2006 02:26:44 GMT

Quantum::Entanglement - QM entanglement of variables in perl River stage zero No dependents

Essentially, this allows you to put variables into a superposition of states, have them interact with each other (so that all states interact) and then observe them (testing to see if they satisfy some comparison operator, printing them) which will c...

AJGOUGH/Quantum-Entanglement-0.32 - 05 Jun 2002 16:53:46 GMT

Quantum::Superpositions - QM-like superpositions in Perl River stage one • 5 direct dependents • 5 total dependents

The Quantum::Superpositions module adds two new operators to Perl: "any" and "all". Each of these operators takes a list of values (states) and superimposes them into a single scalar value (a superposition), which can then be stored in a standard sca...

LEMBARK/Quantum-Superpositions-2.03 - 08 Jul 2018 20:35:01 GMT

Acme::MetaSyntactic::quantum - The Quantum Mechanics theme River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

This theme provides the English names of the particles from the standard model of quantum mechanics, plus a few composite particles (hadrons and mesons). Trivia: the tau lepton was discovered in 1975 by Martin *Perl* and a team of 30 physicists at th...

BOOK/Acme-MetaSyntactic-Themes-1.054 - 28 Oct 2019 14:42:23 GMT

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