Quantum Computing: a Quantum Group Approach

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Wang, Zhenghan (2013)
  • Subject: Mathematics - Quantum Algebra | Quantum Physics

There is compelling theoretical evidence that quantum physics will change the face of information science. Exciting progress has been made during the last two decades towards the building of a large scale quantum computer. A quantum group approach stands out as a promis... View more
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