High Energy Physics - Theory, abstract

From: Stephen Blaha <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2002 21:57:12 GMT   (634kb)

A Quantum Computer Foundation for the Standard Model and SuperString Theories

Authors: Stephen Blaha
Comments: 78 pages, PDF

We show the Standard Model and SuperString Theories can be naturally based on a Quantum Computer foundation. The Standard Model of elementary particles can be viewed as defining a Quantum Computer Grammar and language. A Quantum Computer in a certain limit naturally forms a Superspace upon which Supersymmetry rotations can be defined - a Continuum Quantum Computer. Quantum high-level computer languages such as Quantum C and Quantum Assembly language are also discussed. In these new linguistic representations, particles become literally symbols or letters, and particle interactions become grammar rules. This view is NOT the same as the often-expressed view that Mathematics is the language of Physics. Some new developments relating to Quantum Computers and Quantum Turing Machines are also described.

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