Canonicalization is the process of converting data that has multiple possible representations into a single, “standard” representation. This is often done to improve the usability or interoperability of the data. For example, a web site may use canonicalization to standardize the way that URLs are displayed, so that users can more easily navigate to the … Read more


Superposition is a quantum mechanical phenomenon that occurs when two or more quantum states are combined. The total state of a system is the sum of the individual states. In classical physics, two objects can occupy the same space at the same time. However, in quantum mechanics, two objects in the same space can have … Read more