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      Quantencomputer - Simulation

      Tags: quantencomputer, simulation, einführung, superposition, verschränkung, polarisation, licht, hadamard, controlled-NOT, qubit, quanten-fourier-transformation, qtf, qubit-register. quanten-algorithmus, shor, kryptoanalyse, dekohärenz, quanten-fehler-korrektur, feynman, phasenänderung

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        Decoherence in Quantum Computing

        Tags: decoherence, quantum computing, qubit, superconducting josephsen junction, ibm

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          IBM research advances device performance for quantum computing

          Tags: ibm, research, quantum computing, decoherence, superconducting josephson junction, weak measurement, qubit

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            IBM: We're on the cusp of the Quantum Computing revolution

            Tags: ibm, quantum computing, qubit, decoherence, superconducting josephsen junction

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              Quantum physics mimics spooky action into the past

              Tags: quantum physics, quantum teleportation, alice and bob, quantum measurment, bells inequality, quantum computer, qubit

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              D-Wave QuBit

              By Oliver Thewalt
              Animation describing the components that make up the D-Wave One Rainier generation processor. This processor comprises of 128 qubits, 352 couplers and nearly 24,000 Josephson junctions. The qubits are arranged in a tiling pattern to allow them to...
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                Black Hole Lensing and Existence by holographic rear projection

                Black Hole Lensing (BHL) and Existence (Big Bang - as a phase of existence by inducing mass) by holographic rear projection (retrojection, or "Rückprojektion").Remark: I am no more talking about a rear projection, this post is uphold for historic reasons - the basic assertions have been in o...


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                  How you surely can't recover information from a black hole by Lubos Motl (reprint)

                  by Lubos Motl (reprint)Lots of papers that make it to the arXiv these days (but maybe a minority) are completely wrong. Some of the most crazily wrong papers that make it through the arXiv filters are those that are soon hyped by the blogs and the media. That's also the case of the preprintHow to...

                  Tags: lubos motl, sean carrol, qubit, black hole, hawking radiation, recover qubit, hawking evaporation, Clebsch-Gordan coefficients, page time, wigner-eckart theorem, measurement, classic physics, superposition of tensor products, wavefunction

                  • Oliver Thewalt

                    The strange topology that is reshaping physics

                    Topological effects might be hiding inside perfectly ordinary materials, waiting to reveal bizarre new particles or bolster quantum computing. Charles Kane never thought he would be cavorting with topologists. “I don't think like a mathematician,” admits Kane, a theoretical physicist...