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With companies like IBM and Google already building the first prototypes, they are expected to propel technology forward with greater speed, accuracy, and security by completing tasks that would be … Register to receive personalised research and resources by email, Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists, N.S. Manucci. Q��� ��8>�R;�*��j"�m%v���*}��X�_)Z�������%Pc��U`�+N��-U+P�Z�"U�� Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists takes readers on a tour of this fascinating area of cutting-edge research. endstream /Type /Page endobj The multidisciplinary field of quantum computing strives to exploit some of the uncanny aspects of quantum mechanics to expand our computational horizons. Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists takes readers on a tour of this fascinating area of cutting-edge research. PDF | On Nov 1, 2009, K. Alan Shore published Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists, N.S. 2. /Length 1759 A book, Quantum Computer Science , incorporating my lecture notes was published by Cambridge University Press in August 2007. Our team of quantum chemists and computer scientists builds on top of the foundational work of our quantum theory team to develop state-of the art quantum and quantum-inspired algorithms for computational chemistry. >> Registered in England & Wales No. Level: undergraduate. stream /Length 1837 /Contents 3 0 R >> 1 0 obj << If quantum computing is to realise its potential then there will be a need for an increasing number of scientists who can construct and operate quantum computers. The authors list a number of topics which they have omitted from the book including ‘the latest hardware implementations’. (Here are some errata.) Alex Sverdlov, 10/26/2008. >> endobj /MediaBox [0 0 612 792] Quantum computers could potentially change the way we use technology, by allowing for the solving of problems that are impossible using today's computers. 2 0 obj << ��L���u^���!��܊�g��Ͻ�Tzew�դ��O�������[��͉nߝ�R���p�/ö�̃��A�4;:lA�@�!��X��&�ZG�����>^y��Yőq"�u��#��)��o��u�O�w�X��:N�Q=�P5�e��*���7���3j�w'/~z}�fpjWE:W��%t���Dڿ,���Wx�$�>(P$��K�x��N��v���k{�D�Me%�~�W}�♓�z�ˑ.�*CLeDž�|�Uz���u�g�;96N�s�x�\����ln-��5' Yanofsky and M.A. Mannucci Most of these errors were found by Manuel Silva (Unless otherwise stated, the errors were pointed out by Manuel Silva in January of 2009.) stream Teaching Computer Scientists Quantum Mechanics N. David Mermin Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853-2501 A strategy is suggested for teaching mathematically literate students, with no background in physics, just enough quantum mechanics for them to understand and develop algorithms in quantum computation and quantum information the- … Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists is explicitly designed to be accessible to students with limited mathematical background and essentially zero quantum physics background. Learn More Yanofsky and Manucci have now given me an opportunity to bridge the gap between classical and quantum information in a way which I consider will be digestible by the students with whom I interact. 3099067 j]Ҵ]�4Yx� I have tried to put the subject of quantum computation together in a way that makes sense to computer scientists unfamiliar with quantum mechanics, physicists unfamiliar with computational complexity theory, and philosophers of science. Quantum computers, as their name implies, operate on the bizarre principles of quantum mechanics to manipulate information, and are poised to revolutionize our computing capabilities. Manucci. One must express some admiration for the authors' courage in seeking to map such a fast-moving and burgeoning research area as quantum information into an undergraduate textbook. The use of many solved problems ensures that the reader grasps the mathematical essentials needed to grasp the deep concepts explained in the book. Errata for Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists by N.S. With its aim of bringing computer scientists into the quantum world the book also includes many programming exercises. We use cookies to improve your website experience. /Resources 1 0 R Yanofsky and M.A. x��YIs�6��W�HMBx؈dz��v�&i3V��$9�2)�IG�����a�DJ��ȝ63=���m��A�я,O�&�d2�H@Q��H4U�N��ӓ�lX�W4��f����xʴNe(�'0��q��.�e���s\�ϫ˫E=)?�WK�5_���Ѥ(�ɼ�g,�Fm�$�u���Y�������I���74������6,���5y�g) /ò���IJKɠ�����cwW�z=.慟*f�j6��7}08Q���jѰ2Z���Y��ЋPL������o%���1bd Z #;>PI/��� %� O Quantum supremacy expected this year O Microsoft, Google, Intel, IBM all investing in quantum computer development Several exciting applications already known O Efficiently factor large composite numbers, breaking RSA encryption (Shor's algorithm, 1994) O Search an … {ŧ2�N{���KZYC,kQ{fk@�%K Yanofsky and M.A. To cite this article: ... the book as well as to note identified errata. /ProcSet [ /PDF /Text ] �c�9��.N8����QX��&F����a���`F�h�$�{>��(�����m>��:Js9|~D��C����RI����;�,4a�E�r *]������y�&/{�L�78��I. %PDF-1.4 The reader is not expected to have any advanced mathematics or physics background. Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists, N.S. 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Moreover, in a number of places they have adopted a sensible approach where some mathematical detail is omitted in favour of making practicalities more explicit. Students are thereby offered an opportunity to become pioneering quantum programmers. Manucci, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2008, 384 pp., £38.00 (hardback), ISBN 978 0 521 87996 5. With companies like IBM and Google already building the first prototypes, they are expected to propel technology forward with greater speed, accuracy, and security by completing tasks that would be … Register to receive personalised research and resources by email, Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists, N.S. Manucci. Q��� ��8>�R;�*��j"�m%v���*}��X�_)Z�������%Pc��U`�+N��-U+P�Z�"U�� Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists takes readers on a tour of this fascinating area of cutting-edge research. endstream /Type /Page endobj The multidisciplinary field of quantum computing strives to exploit some of the uncanny aspects of quantum mechanics to expand our computational horizons. Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists takes readers on a tour of this fascinating area of cutting-edge research. PDF | On Nov 1, 2009, K. Alan Shore published Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists, N.S. 2. /Length 1759 A book, Quantum Computer Science , incorporating my lecture notes was published by Cambridge University Press in August 2007. Our team of quantum chemists and computer scientists builds on top of the foundational work of our quantum theory team to develop state-of the art quantum and quantum-inspired algorithms for computational chemistry. >> Registered in England & Wales No. Level: undergraduate. stream /Length 1837 /Contents 3 0 R >> 1 0 obj << If quantum computing is to realise its potential then there will be a need for an increasing number of scientists who can construct and operate quantum computers. The authors list a number of topics which they have omitted from the book including ‘the latest hardware implementations’. (Here are some errata.) 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David Mermin Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853-2501 A strategy is suggested for teaching mathematically literate students, with no background in physics, just enough quantum mechanics for them to understand and develop algorithms in quantum computation and quantum information the- … Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists is explicitly designed to be accessible to students with limited mathematical background and essentially zero quantum physics background. Learn More Yanofsky and Manucci have now given me an opportunity to bridge the gap between classical and quantum information in a way which I consider will be digestible by the students with whom I interact. 3099067 j]Ҵ]�4Yx� I have tried to put the subject of quantum computation together in a way that makes sense to computer scientists unfamiliar with quantum mechanics, physicists unfamiliar with computational complexity theory, and philosophers of science. Quantum computers, as their name implies, operate on the bizarre principles of quantum mechanics to manipulate information, and are poised to revolutionize our computing capabilities. Manucci. One must express some admiration for the authors' courage in seeking to map such a fast-moving and burgeoning research area as quantum information into an undergraduate textbook. The use of many solved problems ensures that the reader grasps the mathematical essentials needed to grasp the deep concepts explained in the book. Errata for Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists by N.S. With its aim of bringing computer scientists into the quantum world the book also includes many programming exercises. We use cookies to improve your website experience. /Resources 1 0 R Yanofsky and M.A. x��YIs�6��W�HMBx؈dz��v�&i3V��$9�2)�IG�����a�DJ��ȝ63=���m��A�я,O�&�d2�H@Q��H4U�N��ӓ�lX�W4��f����xʴNe(�'0��q��.�e���s\�ϫ˫E=)?�WK�5_���Ѥ(�ɼ�g,�Fm�$�u���Y�������I���74������6,���5y�g) /ò���IJKɠ�����cwW�z=.慟*f�j6��7}08Q���jѰ2Z���Y��ЋPL������o%���1bd Z #;>PI/��� %� O Quantum supremacy expected this year O Microsoft, Google, Intel, IBM all investing in quantum computer development Several exciting applications already known O Efficiently factor large composite numbers, breaking RSA encryption (Shor's algorithm, 1994) O Search an … {ŧ2�N{���KZYC,kQ{fk@�%K Yanofsky and M.A. To cite this article: ... the book as well as to note identified errata. /ProcSet [ /PDF /Text ] �c�9��.N8����QX��&F����a���`F�h�$�{>��(�����m>��:Js9|~D��C����RI����;�,4a�E�r *]������y�&/{�L�78��I. %PDF-1.4 The reader is not expected to have any advanced mathematics or physics background. Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists, N.S. Further material is available at a website on which the authors aim to provide periodic updates to the book as well as to note identified errata. The text is peppered by exercises for the reader with answers to selected exercises being provided. The authors have given careful thought to how the book can be used in a practical pedagogical setting and offer suggestions of different pathways through the material in order to meet a range of requirements. LZV��U�[;�W(��44io&hLׅm�V���q�6�f3�ο-��徙�pW� �C��K��X�W$�M/Ꮝğ[��X>l�7!�p�����I�B�j)�Lo.r��T�:"��p� �D�(��na�w Ժ4@=����K����ݫ�1�0�J��m����w���8V-!�Ҍ�X�^�;�W mRe���� \a ?CCz�=?���~����U��8O�ߙ�|Q|�\��� glb�$�~pU��q'>���%K/{.�e�m�s_���>�M�0c�� Why learn quantum computing? Written in an accessible yet rigorous fashion, this book employs ideas and techniques familiar to every student of computer science. 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Nielsen and Chuang's authoritative Quantum Computation and Quantum Information, although entirely fit for its purpose, would not be within the scope of the electronic engineering and computer science undergraduates who form my target audience.

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