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A Simulation for Neurophotonic Quantum Computation in Visual Pathways

  title={A Simulation for Neurophotonic Quantum Computation in Visual Pathways},
  author={Hasan Valian and Hassan Bassereh and Abdollah Barkhordari and V. Salari},
  journal={arXiv: Other Quantitative Biology},
One of the answers to the measurement problem in quantum theory is given by the Copenhagen-Interpretation of quantum theory (i.e. orthodox quantum theory) in which the wave function collapse happens in (by) the mind of observer. In fact, at first, great scientists like Von Neumann, London, Bauer and Wigner (initially) believed that the wave function collapse occurs in the brain or is caused by the consciousness of observer. However, this issue has been stayed yet very controversial. In fact… 

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