Binary package “libquantum-superpositions-perl” in ubuntu eoan

Quantum Mechanic-like superpositions for Perl

 The Quantum::Superpositions module provides a new scalar data structure: the
 superposition. In a metaphor drawn from quantum mechanics, superpositions store
 a collection of values by overlaying them in parallel superimposed states
 within a single scalar variable.
 Under the standard interpretation of quantum mechanics, until they are
 observed, particles exist only as a discontinuous probability function. Under
 the Cophenhagen Interpretation, this situation is often visualized by imagining
 the state of an unobserved particle to be a ghostly overlay of all its possible
 observable states simultaneously. For example, a particle that might be
 observed in state A, B, or C may be considered to be in a pseudo-state where it
 is simultaneously in states A, B, and C. Such a particle is said to be in a
 superposition of states.