# A Natural Quantum Neural-Like Network

@article{Perus2007ANQ, title={A Natural Quantum Neural-Like Network}, author={Mitja Perus and Horst Bischof and Tarik Hadzibeganovic}, journal={Neuroquantology}, year={2007}, volume={3}, pages={151-163} }

A neural-net-like quantum information dynamics is presented. The model is based on Hopfield’s and holographic neural nets which were successfully simulated on conventional computers. An analogous natural, i.e. relatively non-artificial, quantum information processing system is developed in this article. Neuro-quantum interaction can regulate the ”collapse”-readout of quantum computation results. This paper is a comprehensive introduction into associative processing and memory-storage in quantum… Expand

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