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Topological Quantum Computer decodes the Stock Market Behavior

Ovidiu Racorean

posted on 24 June 2014

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R. Feynman’s “crazy” idea of a quantum computer that could simulate the probabilistic behavior of subatomic world seems to be “crazy enough” to fit in the stock market landscape. The quantum computer in its newly topological form can effectively simulate the stock market behavior encoded in the braid of stocks diagrams by manipulating pairs of quasi-particles, called non-abelian anyons, in braided trajectories. The outcome of quantum computation reflects the probability of the future state of stock market.