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Quantum agents that obey Bose distribution

Teturo Itami
We study social systems of agents in statistical physics developed for systems with huge number ∼ 10^{23} of atoms. Especially we note a situation where agents have no individuality. Even a society of whole human beings on our earth takes a very small number at most ~10^{-14}× Avogadro constant. For that reason, it seems difficult to directly apply statistical physics to analyze social phenomena. We have a random exchange model of resource among agents that has been examined in statistical physics applied to biochemistry.
The model is applicable to systems with no huge number of agents. This conventional method is enlarged in this paper to allow agents, each of whose characteristic or individuality cannot be identified. In the situations we see Bose distribution in units of resource. Even for systems with only a few agents, the Bose distribution holds.
CYBERNETICS AND PHYSICS, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2014, 16–20.
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