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  • Quantum Computers

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    introduction A quantum computer is one which exploits quantum-mechanical interactions in order to function; this behavior, found in nature, possesses incredible potential to manipulate data in ways unattainable by machines today. The harnessing and organization of this power, however, poses no small difficulty to those who quest after it. Subsequently, the concept of quantum computing, birthed in the early 80's by physicist Richard Feynman, has existed largely in the realm of theory. Miraculous

  • Quantum Computers

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    Quantum Computers The beginning of quantum computers came at the turn of the twentieth century when there was a scientific revolution and quantum mechanics was born. Quantum computers are based off of the mathematical framework of quantum mechanics and have a multitude of uses that are applicable in today’s world and the futures. Quantum computers have the possibility of processing numerous complicated efficient algorithms at one time by harnessing the power of the atom. Current quantum computers

  • Quantum Computers

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    themselves will be made up of a mere handful of atoms. At this scale, matter obeys the rules of quantum mechanics. If computers are to become smaller and more powerful in the future, quantum technology must replace or reinforce what we have today. Quantum computers aren't limited by the binary nature of the classical physical world. Instead, they depend upon observing the state of qubits (quantum bits) that may represent a one or a zero, a combination of the two, or that the state of the qubit

  • Quantum computer

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    presentation is a quantum computer. I would like to tell you, what exactly it is and when you can has one. And why each one needs in quantum computers. So, most of modern people have a computer. We have a powerful machine and everybody uses it for many reasons: for entertainment, for working, for chatting and many others. We live at the age of Big Data. The amount of information grows every year, day, every second. Phone calls, climate data, social media, movie, music – these all store in computer. Besides

  • Quantum Computer Essay

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    The Quantum Computer and the Impact If Made Profitable The first all around computer was the ENIAC that was created 1940's. This computer was basically calculator, capable of addition, subtraction, multiplying, division, sign differentiation, and square root extraction. Computers since then have continually been getting more compact while improving in memory, RAM, speed and user friendliness. The modern computer now has transistors the size of eleven atoms. Because of such minuscule scales that computers

  • On the Development of Quantum Computers and Cryptography

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    Development of Quantum Computers and Cryptography In 2010, the United States government, after accessing encrypted files by means of physical intervention, exposed ten Russian sleeper agents; in 2013, the United States government, without any means of physical intervention, surreptitiously collected and promptly decrypted many previously encrypted (Wood). Within this decade, concerns regarding the dubious security of contemporary cryptography will begin to emerge as the secrets of quantum computing quickly

  • The Evolution and Applications of Quantum Computers

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    Sophistication has advanced as people learnt new ways of developing various physical resources such as materials, forces and energies. The history of computer technology has involved an order of changes of physical understanding, from gears and relays to valves to transistors and integrated circuits and so on. Today's advanced lithographic methods can squeeze portion of micron wide logic gates and buses onto the surface of silicon chips. Soon they will carry even smaller parts and eventually get

  • Investigation Into the Creation of a Research Facility for the Development of a Quantum Computer

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    Creation of a Research Facility for the Development of a Quantum Computer We are nearly five years into the new century and we still have not found a solution to the breakdown of Moore's law. After ten years of continually shrinking the chip size surely we are now ready to move on in a different direction. The age of the silicon computer is coming to an end. It is time for us to move on. The future is in the development of the quantum computer. We must begin research now before it is too late

  • Quantum Cumputers

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    Quantum Cumputers By the strange laws of quantum mechanics, Folger, a senior editor at Discover, notes, an electron, proton, or other subatomic particle is "in more than one place at a time," because individual particles behave like waves, these different places are different states that an atom can exist in simultaneously. Ten years ago, Folger writes, David Deutsch, a physicist at Oxford University, argued that it may be possible to build an extremely powerful computer based on this peculiar

  • Trends in Computer Architecture

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    Trends in Computer Architecture Since the introduction of the first computer, the search for computer architecture that is faster, smaller, and more efficient has been a constant goal of the computer industry. The first computers were large, heavy machines composed of thousands of vacuum tubes. The development of the transistor created the next evolution in computer architecture, the microchip. This is the architecture used in the current generation of computers. Like its vacuum tube predecessor