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We show that Bell inequalities can be violated in the macroscopic world. The macroworld violation is illustrated using an example involving connected vessels of water. We show that whether the violation of inequalities occurs in the microworld or in the macroworld, it is the identification of nonidentical events that plays a crucial role. Specifically, we… (More)

We prove a theorem that shows that a collection of experimental data of membership weights of items with respect to a pair of concepts and its conjunction cannot be modeled within a classical measure theoretic weight structure in case the experimental data contain the effect called overextension. Since the effect of overextension, analogue to the well-known… (More)

Vector space based approaches to natural language processing are contrasted with human similarity judgements to show the manner in which human subjects fail to produce data which satisfies all requirements for a metric space. This result would constrains the validity and applicability vector space based (and hence also quantum inspired) approaches to the… (More)

To minimize the risks involved in humanitarian demining requires a sensitivity setting close to unity, resulting in a very high false alarm rate. Nuclear quadrupole resonance detection, based on the spin echoes from nuclear spin relaxation, is a promising example of a highly speciic detector that directly addresses the properties of the explosive rather… (More)

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