Control Flow in Active Inference Systems—Part I: Classical and Quantum Formulations of Active Inference
IEEE Transactions on Molecular, Biological and Multi-Scale Communications, June 2023
Chris Fields, Filippo Fabrocini, Karl Friston, James F. Glazebrook, Hananel Hazan, Michael Levin, Antonino Marcianò
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