History and the State-of-art in Quantum Computation

... History and the State-of-art in Quantum Computation ...

... History and the State-of-art in Quantum Computation ...

Professor Jason Twamley

... Simulating higher transcendental mathematical functions with quantum mechanics J. Twamley and G.J. Milburn Quantum Information Science, Centre for Quantum Computer Technology Physics Department, Division of Information and Communication Sciences Macquarie University, NSW 2109 Australia Tel: +61-2-98 ...

... Simulating higher transcendental mathematical functions with quantum mechanics J. Twamley and G.J. Milburn Quantum Information Science, Centre for Quantum Computer Technology Physics Department, Division of Information and Communication Sciences Macquarie University, NSW 2109 Australia Tel: +61-2-98 ...

Quantum Model Worksheet

... Quantum Model of the Atom – Ch. 4 (p. 104-110) PART A – WAVES & QUANTUM MECHANICS 1. What experimental evidence supported de Broglie’s idea that electrons have wave-like properties? ...

... Quantum Model of the Atom – Ch. 4 (p. 104-110) PART A – WAVES & QUANTUM MECHANICS 1. What experimental evidence supported de Broglie’s idea that electrons have wave-like properties? ...

Prof. Dr. Klaus Hornberger Universitat Duisburg

... Does the quantum superposition principle hold on mesoscopic or even macroscopic scales? The tremendous success of quantum theory notwithstanding, this question remains unsettled to date. I will discuss experimental tests of the quantum superposition principle, such as matter wave interferometry with ...

... Does the quantum superposition principle hold on mesoscopic or even macroscopic scales? The tremendous success of quantum theory notwithstanding, this question remains unsettled to date. I will discuss experimental tests of the quantum superposition principle, such as matter wave interferometry with ...

Hogan: An Alternative Version of Quantum Mechanics

... The real component could be interpreted as describing the behavior of the particle. The imaginary component could be interpreted as describing the behavior of the quantum potential. Bohm believed this parsing out of the Schrodinger equation hit upon a fundamental description of the situation. ...

... The real component could be interpreted as describing the behavior of the particle. The imaginary component could be interpreted as describing the behavior of the quantum potential. Bohm believed this parsing out of the Schrodinger equation hit upon a fundamental description of the situation. ...