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The Cognition Science is one of the disciplines which develop rapidly recently, but it has not included features of quantum mechanics into its reaches by now. Quantum information theory based on quantum mechanics has risen since the 1990s; it also brings inspirations to the cognition science. This paper will introduce quantum information, quantum entanglement, and quantum computing briefly, and then explores their implications to cognition.
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