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Quantum computing

Quantum computing

The study of computation systems that make use of quantum mechanical phenomena (eg entanglement and superposition). Quantum computers use qubits (rather than binary 0 and 1s) which can be in both states at the same time by being in a superposition of states.

Introduction

The area of research was initially developed by Richard Feynman, Paul Benioff, Yuri Manin and David Deutsch.



A quantum Turing machine (or universal quantum computer) is a theoretical model of a quantum computer.

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Learn Quantum Computing with Python and Q#: A hands-on approach

Sarah C. Kaiser and Christopher E. Granade

Web



Quantum advantage with shallow circuits



Web



Quantum Computing for Beginners: Building Qubits

Suzanne Gildert





Quantum Computing for Java Developers

Johan Vos



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The Dream Machine for Customizing Biology is Almost Here

Ian Haydon

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Andreas Dewes: Let's build a quantum computer!

2014

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