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mcgrif
post Apr 26, 2016, 08:44 AM
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I'm trying to learn more about how quantum computers work.

I understand the basics of how qubits work, and things like quantum repeaters for error correction (nested purification protocol). I was also reading about pulsed laser seeding and how that can be used in quantum cryptography.

my math isn't very strong and I got stuck on projections onto subspaces with orthonormal bases.

not totally familiar with the notation & POVMs, but much of what I read makes sense.

Any thoughts?
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haohao
post Apr 27, 2016, 10:27 AM
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I have read some academic news on the usage of the superconductivity in the area of quantum computers and forgot the original resources.

Also I believe the R&D of the quantum computers may need more advancement of physics. It could be mainly used for fast computing and for stimulation of the course of things by actually atom tests.
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post Sep 29, 2017, 01:48 AM
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quantum computers are simply impressive. I think this is a powerful breakthrough in science
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