Introduction to Quantum Cellular Automata
by B. Aoun, M. Tarifi
Publisher: arXiv 2004
Number of pages: 46
The emergence of simple patterns out of complex systems motivates the study of behavior independent of the particulars of a system. Cellular Automata is a simple tool that displays such characteristics and is therefore useful for modeling. We provide an introduction to Quantum Cellular Automata.
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