Testing for the non-separability of bi-ambiguous compounds
Kitto, K., Ramm, B., Bruza, P.D., & Sitbon, L. (2010) Testing for the non-separability of bi-ambiguous compounds. In Quantum Informatics for Cognitive, Social, and Semantic Processes : Papers from the AAAI Fall Symposium, Arlington, Virginia, pp. 62-69.
Separability is a concept that is very difficult to define, and yet much of our scientific method is implicitly based upon the assumption that systems can sensibly be reduced to a set of interacting components. This paper examines the notion of separability in the creation of bi-ambiguous compounds that is based upon the CHSH and CH inequalities. It reports results of an experiment showing that violations of the CHSH and CH inequality can occur in human conceptual combination.
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