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  • An Inside Look at Superconducting Qubits

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    Superconducting Qubits Introduction and Background The quantum computation has remarkably improved since the use of quan- tum algorithms that have a run time which is exponentially faster compared to classical algorithms. Implementation of theory for practical computation presents various technological and scientific challenges. It is required that the Qubits be entirely free from external noise while at the same time they need to be strongly coupled amongst themselves using gates for computa-

  • Quantum Computing: Breakthrough of the Future

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    temperatures below zero. Quantum computers have the capability to go as fast as the speed of light. Conventional computers rely on binary code, which binary code is a series of values of either 0 or 1. A quantum computer, on the other hand, has qubits. A qubit runs under values of 0’s and 1’s but can be both 0 and 1 simultaneously, which is known as “superposition.” The Heart of the Computer: How the Quantum Computer is Built For a fifteen million dollar computer, this computer has a beast inside it

  • Quantum Computer Essay

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    technically have a quantum computer is by owning 14,000 grams of gold. In reality, the commercial quantum computer will be a coming in a lifetime. Currently, the quantum computer can only calculate elementary math and nothing more. We could use the qubit to build softwares that could theoretically process QUANTUM COMPUTER problems very similar to a quantum computer but it would still be based on the classical computer interpretation. So in conclusion, a quantum computer is a daunting task of mechanical

  • Quantum Computing: The Future of Technology

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    The date is April 14, 2035 a young woman is woken up by the silent alarm in her head. She gets up and steps into her shower where the tiles sense her presence and calculate the water to the precise temperature that she likes. The news flashes in her eyes announcing that today is the tenth anniversary of the day quantum computing was invented. She gets dressed and puts on her favorite hat with a smartband embedded in the rim, allowing her access to anything she needs just by thinking it. Her car is

  • Quantum Computing

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    faster the clock rate the more computations that can be done per second. According to Hagar, Quantum computing is based on the ideas and practices of physics, quantum mechanics, computer science, and mathematics. A quantum bit commonly referred to as a qubit can not only be in the classical states of 0 or 1, but can also observe what is known in quantum physics and mechanics is known as superposition; the state of being both 0 and 1 at the exact same time (Deutsch, David, and Ekert). A qubit’s super positioned

  • Quantum Entanglement: What Is Quantum Telleportation?

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    to another. Not only does this circuit occupy millimetres of space, it has also broken a quantum speed record – Andreas and his team’s new system can teleport 10,000 qubits of information per second, beating the previous methods quantum speed, which could only manage a little over two thirds of that, being able to teleport 7,100 qubits of information per second. This recent breakthrough means that we are able to process a larger amount of data per second, enabling us to teleport larger amounts of information

  • Quantum Computers

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    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 is somewhere between 1 and 0. This "blending" of states is known as superposition. "Here a light source emits a photon along a path towards a half-silvered mirror. This mirror splits the light

  • Architectures for Scalable Quantum Computation

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    Quantum computation is still in its infancy and much effort is spent on the engineering problems such as fault-tolerant quantum error correction codes and scalable quantum bit (aka. qubit) implementations and architectures. Unlike a classical computer where a bit is represented by voltage levels or magnetic fields, qubits are implemented by physical objects such as atoms or superconducting devices. The intrinsic properties (e.g. nuclear spin) of these objects provide the necessary basis for quantum

  • Quantum Computers

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    described a universal quantum computer which uncovered the unusual power of quantum computation. In 1994 Peter Shore devised the first quantum algorithm that could perform efficient factorization which underpins the security of all encrypted information (QUBIT). The discovery of quantum mechanics was revolutionary because it is counter-intuitive to classical physics. For example, if person A is standing on a train going twenty miles per hour with a flashlight pointed straight ahead and person B is stationary

  • Quantum computer

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    technology allows to us to create a real model for quantum computer. Ordinary computers compute on a binary system of zeros and ones called bits. But quantum computers are far more powerful, they compute on quantum bits or qubits. There are a number of physical objects that can be used as a qubit: a single atom, ions, single photon or an electron. But how it does works? ... ... middle of paper ... ...cracking. Quantum computer can crack every security code. And with quantum computer the idea of encoding