Quantum Computing

Dmitry Rogozhin and Dr. Ivona Grzegorczyk


The aim of this work is to describe the uncertainties of the Quantum Com- puting principles to a reader with Mathematics background whose tight schedule might not permit wrapping their minds around all those concepts in solitude.
We are so accustomed to the use of computers in our daily lives and more often than not we don’t even think of the fact that we use computational power of those devices to help streamline and simplify our everyday routines.
Computers are the physical devices of various shapes and configurations that process information by executing algorithms – the finitely described sequences of steps – that realize the processing of the informational tasks. Such informational tasks can be translated into the physical tasks.
An idealized computer model is often used during the design phase of creating complex algorithms. However, realizing the idealized model into the physical computing device is often performed in a much more diversified physical reality than the idealized one, which inevitably implies certain limitations.
Quantum information processing allows us to use the reality described by Quantum Theory to perform the physical tasks that were previously thought of being infeasible or even impossible to accomplish.
Quantum Computers can accomplish certain tasks more efficiently than the classical computers, and what’s important – this can be done reliably.


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  1. Great research work! It is indeed fascinating to realize that quantum computes are able to perform calculations in few seconds which today’s supercomputers would need decades to perform!

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