Quantum Bayesian Nets

@article{Tucci1995QuantumBN,
  title={Quantum Bayesian Nets},
  author={Robert R. Tucci},
  journal={International Journal of Modern Physics B},
  year={1995},
  volume={09},
  pages={295-337}
}
  • Robert R. Tucci
  • Published 30 January 1995
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • International Journal of Modern Physics B
We begin with a review of a well-known class of networks, Classical Bayesian (CB) nets (also called causal probabilistic nets by some). Given a situation which includes randomness, CB nets are used to calculate the probabilities of various hypotheses about the situation, conditioned on the available evidence. We introduce a new class of networks, which we call Quantum Bayesian (QB) nets, that generalize CB nets to the quantum mechanical regime. We explain how to use QB nets to calculate quantum… 
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