Experimental Evidence of Quantum Randomness Incomputability

@article{Calude2010ExperimentalEO,
  title={Experimental Evidence of Quantum Randomness Incomputability},
  author={Cristian S. Calude and M. Dinneen and M. Dumitrescu and K. Svozil},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2010},
  volume={abs/1004.1521}
}
  • Cristian S. Calude, M. Dinneen, +1 author K. Svozil
  • Published 2010
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • ArXiv
  • In contrast with software-generated randomness (called pseudo-randomness), quantum randomness can be proven incomputable; that is, it is not exactly reproducible by any algorithm. We provide experimental evidence of incomputability--an asymptotic property--of quantum randomness by performing finite tests of randomness inspired by algorithmic information theory. 
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