Asked 30th Mar, 2022
What are the 10 Fundamental Mysteries and Challenges (FMCs) in Software Science and Engineering (SSE) (9/10)?
Question-9: How may a nondeterministic intelligent programming language be created in order to enable run-time intelligent behavior generation for handling indeterministic events and autonomous decision-making requirements in SSE?
All Answers (1)
Perhaps using a quantum model.
Instead of a proposition of which to say whether it is true or false and to decide which branch to take, a quantum state function that precipitates with a measurement process into one of the component eigenstates and determines which case of a case statement is chosen.
The quantum computer could help.
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