# Entanglement of Software Agents

## How some quantum weirdness may be explained by a software model

*Last year, I made a model of quantum entanglement in software. Below, I'll try to explain how to make a model of virtual processes which is *dynamically similar *to the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen-Bell-Aspect experiment, so that a series of independent trials of the experiment converge on the result predicted by quantum mechanics. Some would have it that this is impossible, but here's a proof by demonstration that similar weirdness is not particular to the quantum realm. It shows that entanglement and “spooky action at a distance” exist in everyday software systems. It’s not limited to quantum mechanical particles. This may help us to understand quantum mechanics too.*

The common exhortation about “quantum weirdness” seems to be a result of interpreting what happens in too rigidly "classical" a way, and also artificially restricting what classical can be to manufacture a dichotomy. Here quantum-like effects can be understood purely as the result of interior deterministicprocessesthat decouple from the usual linear motion of particles. These result in a dynamical interference.

# Intro

Bell's inequalities have been touted as a way to rule out (at least certain kinds of) hidden variable models in quantum mechanics. These arguments are known to overstate what's meant by hidden variables, as Bell himself pointed out over the years. Von Neumann’s classic proof that hidden variables…