Brief Primer on the Fundaments of Quantum Computing
by Richard L Amoroso
Publisher: viXra.org 2018
Number of pages: 140
From the table of contents: From Concept to Conundrum; Cornucopia of Quantum Logic Gates; Surmounting Uncertainty Supervening Decoherence; Measurement With Certainty; New Classes of Quantum Algorithms; References; and more ...
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