A Psychological View of Complex Numbers through Classical and Quantum Computing

@inproceedings{Cassella2017APV,
  title={A Psychological View of Complex Numbers through Classical and Quantum Computing},
  author={Antonio Marcelo Barbante Cassella},
  year={2017}
}
This article explores a psychological view of zero and complex numbers under the embrace of classical with quantum computing. At first, the author broaches classical computing, after-the-fact learning, and the autistic finiteness of the first attention spared in high-functioning autistics. Secondly, he deals with quantum computing, before-the-fact learning, and the less-than-perfect infinity of the second attention impaired in the autistic spectrum before the age of three years. The author… CONTINUE READING
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