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A quantum experiment with two possible outcomes, "0" and "1", is simulated. According to the many-worlds interpretation of quantum theory, the universe divides into "branches" after each experiment is performed. In some branches the outcome is "0"; in others it is "1". Here, an agent has a prior belief for the probability density of the weight of branches. This belief changes for the agent's successors according to the number of zeroes and ones that they observe.
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