### Some articles on *quantum system, system, quantum*:

**Quantum System**

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**Quantum System**is a

**system**utilized by GNT-0000 00 Qan(T) feature in Mobile Suit Gundam 00 the Movie Awakening of the Trailblazer ... The

**system**is a derivative of the Trans-Am Burst

**System**... Similar to Trans-Am Burst, the

**system**is meant to expand the conscious thoughts and feelings of a Innovator, such as Setsuna F ...

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**quantum**mechanics,

**quantum**information is physical information that is held in the "state" of a

**quantum system**... The most popular unit of

**quantum**information is the qubit, a two-level

**quantum system**... However, unlike classical digital states (which are discrete), a two-state

**quantum system**can actually be in a superposition of the two states at any given time ...

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**quantum**physics,

**quantum**state refers to the state of a

**quantum system**... A

**quantum**state is given as a vector in a vector space, called the state vector ... The state vector theoretically contains statistical information about the

**quantum system**...

... foundation of the concept of measurement in

**quantum**mechanics is a contentious issue deeply connected to the many interpretations of

**quantum**mechanics ... some interpretations assert that measurement causes a discontinuous change into a non-

**quantum**state, which no longer evolves ... The superposition principle (ψ = Σanψn) of

**quantum**physics says that for a wave function ψ, a measurement will give a state of the

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### Famous quotes containing the words system and/or quantum:

“When the finishing stroke was put to his work, it suddenly expanded before the eyes of the astonished artist into the fairest of all the creations of Brahma. He had made a new *system* in making a staff, a world with full and fair proportions; in which, though the old cities and dynasties had passed away, fairer and more glorious ones had taken their places.”

—Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

“A personality is an indefinite *quantum* of traits which is subject to constant flux, change, and growth from the birth of the individual in the world to his death. A character, on the other hand, is a fixed and definite *quantum* of traits which, though it may be interpreted with slight differences from age to age and actor to actor, is nevertheless in its essentials forever fixed.”

—Hubert C. Heffner (1901–1985)