6 edition of Quantum computing devices found in the catalog.
Quantum computing devices
by Chapman & Hall/CRC in Boca Raton, FL
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Goong Chen ... [et al.].|
|Series||Chapman & Hall/CRC applied mathematics and nonlinear science series|
|Contributions||Chen, Goong, 1950-|
|LC Classifications||QA76.889 .Q832 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 542 p. :|
|Number of Pages||542|
|LC Control Number||2006049559|
That is what quantum computing is all about: Making use of quantum physics to build conceptually different computers. Difference between Traditional and Quantum Computers. Computers as you know them operate on bits, i.e. quantities that can have values 0 and 1. Quantum computers operate on quantum bits, also called qubits. Topics. Although the book approaches quantum computing through the model of quantum circuits, it is focused more on quantum algorithms than on the construction of quantum computers. It has 13 chapters, divided into three parts: "Quantum building blocks" (chapters ), "Quantum algorithms" (chapters ), and "Entangled subsystems and robust quantum computation" (chapters ).
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He defines quantum gates, considers the speed of quantum algorithms, and describes the building of quantum computers.
By the end of the book, readers understand that quantum computing and classical computing are not two distinct disciplines, and that quantum computing is the fundamental form of computing.
This book was set in Syntax and Times Roman by Westchester Book Group. Printed and bound in the United States of America. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Rieffel, Eleanor, – Quantum computing: a gentle introduction / Eleanor Rieffel and Wolfgang Polak.
cm.—(Scientiﬁc and engineering computation)File Size: 6MB. computing model. Quantum information processing is the result of using the physical reality that quantum theory tells us about for the purposes of performing tasks that were previously thought impossible or infeasible.
Devices that perform quantum in-formation processing are known as quantum computers. In this book we examineFile Size: 2MB. In quantum computing, a quantum bit is a unit of quantum information—like a classical bit. Where classical bits hold a single binary value such as a 0 or 1, a qubit can hold both values at the same time.
When multiple qubits act coherently, they can process multiple options simultaneously. The quantum dots realization of qubits Looking at the ways in which quantum computing can become reality, this book delves into enough theoretical background and experimental research to support a thorough understanding of this promising field.
Yet larger and larger quantum computing devices have become commercially available12 and can perform a small number of operations on a relatively small number of quantum particles (qubits). Most of these systems are based on superconducting technology and can contain up to about qubits.
build and use a quantum computer would allow us to break most current classical cryptographic systems, notably the RSA system [,]. In contrast, a quantum form of cryptography due to Bennett and Brassard  is unbreakable even for quantum computers.
Let us mention three di erent motivations for studying quantum computers, from practical toFile Size: 1MB. 5 Essential Hardware Components of a Quantum Computer. Having shown in the prior chapters the potential of quantum computing, this chapter focuses on the hardware, and Chapter 6 explores the software needed to implement these computational processes and capabilities in practice.
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