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Mateus de Oliveira Oliveira
ISCI
2000
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Quantum associative memory
This paper combines quantum computation with classical neural network theory to produce a quantum computational learning algorithm. Quantum computation uses microscopic quantum lev...
Dan Ventura, Tony R. Martinez
IPL
2000
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A new universal and fault-tolerant quantum basis
A novel universal and fault-tolerant basis (set of gates) for quantum computation is described. Such a set is necessary to perform quantum computation in a realistic noisy environ...
P. Oscar Boykin, Tal Mor, Matthew Pulver, Vwani P....
CORR
2000
Springer
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One Complexity Theorist's View of Quantum Computing
The complexity of quantum computation remains poorly understood. While physicists attempt to find ways to create quantum computers, we still do not have much evidence one way or t...
Lance Fortnow
MSCS
2006
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Quantum weakest preconditions
We develop a notion of predicate transformer and, in particular, the weakest precondition, appropriate for quantum computation. We show that there is a Stone-type duality between ...
Ellie D'Hondt, Prakash Panangaden
JUCS
2006
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Progress in Quantum Computational Cryptography
: Shor's algorithms for the integer factorization and the discrete logarithm problems can be regarded as a negative effect of the quantum mechanism on publickey cryptography. ...
Akinori Kawachi, Takeshi Koshiba
ENTCS
2006
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Classically-controlled Quantum Computation
It is reasonable to assume that quantum computations take place under the control of the classical world. For modelling this standard situation, we introduce a Classically-control...
Simon Perdrix, Philippe Jorrand
COGSCI
2006
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Is the Brain a Quantum Computer?
We argue that computation via quantum mechanical processes is irrelevant to explaining how brains produce thought, contrary to the ongoing speculations of many theorists. First, q...
Abninder Litt, Chris Eliasmith, Frederick W. Kroon...
ENTCS
2008
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From Reversible to Irreversible Computations
In this paper we study the relation between reversible and irreversible computation applicable to different models of computation -- here we are considering classical and quantum ...
Alexander S. Green, Thorsten Altenkirch
AISC
2008
Springer
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Extending Graphical Representations for Compact Closed Categories with Applications to Symbolic Quantum Computation
Graph-based formalisms of quantum computation provide an abstract and symbolic way to represent and simulate computations. However, manual manipulation of such graphs is slow and e...
Lucas Dixon, Ross Duncan
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