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Quantum error correction and fault tolerant quantum computing.


Quantum error correction and fault tolerant quantum computing.

Gaitan, Frank.

CRC Press


292 pages




Gaitan (Southern Illinois U.) discusses quantum error correction, and how its discovery led to the reality of quantum computation in modern computer science and mathematics. By using the accuracy threshold theorem that was first developed a decade ago, the author supplies 40 real world problems and 35 exercises designed to instruct any field researcher that is interested in this exciting new field, which was once deemed as an logistical impossibility.

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Date:Jun 1, 2008
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