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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Brooks, Michael , 1970-
Title Statement
Quantum computing and communications / Michael Brooks (ed.).
Publication, Distribution, etc
London ;   New York :   Springer ,   c1999.  
Physical Medium
xi, 152 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
1852330910 (pbk. : alk. paper) 9781852330910 (pbk. : alk. paper)
요약
"Quantum control is set to revolutionize many aspects of computing and communications, promising, among other things, super-fast computation and completely secure data transmission. Quantum Computing and Communications brings you right up to speed on this breakthrough technology and delivers essential information about the background to, and basics of, Quantum Computing and Communications; provides an overview of worldwide trends and developments; includes expert opinions on prospects and potential growth in the field; and defines major terms used in teaching, researching and learning."--BOOK JACKET.
Content Notes
Sect. I. Wide Perspective -- Ch. 1. Introduction / Michael Brooks -- Ch. 2. Fundamentals of Quantum Information / Michael Brooks -- Ch. 3. Quantum Computer Science / Michael Brooks -- Ch. 4. Experimental Realizations / Michael Brooks -- Ch. 5. Optical Technologies for Quantum Computing and Communications / Michael Brooks -- Ch. 6. Applications / Michael Brooks -- Ch. 7. Note on the Question of Scaling: Decoherence and Error Correction / Michael Brooks -- Sect. II. Personal Perspectives -- Ch. 8. Solid State Quantum Computation: Prospects, Proposals, and Prejudices / Bruce Kane -- Ch. 9. Information is Physical, But Slippery / Rolf Landauer -- Ch. 10. Nanocircuitry, Defect Tolerance and Quantum Computing: Architectural and Manufacturing Considerations / R. Stanley Williams -- Ch. 11. Quantum Computing and NMR / Jonathan A. Jones -- Ch. 12. Quantum Networks and Quantum Algorithms / Vlatko Vedral -- Ch. 13. Quantum Cryptography / Richard Hughes -- Sect. III. Perspective for the Future -- Ch. 14. Realizing the Potential of Quantum Information Processing / Michael Brooks -- Ch. 15. Role of Europe / Michael Brooks -- Ch. 16. Quantum Computing and Communications: A View from the USA / Colin P. Williams -- Sect. IV. Reference materials -- Ch. 17. Quantum Information Processing: A Brief Overview of Recent Advances / Antonella Karlson -- Ch. 18. Categories and Definitions. App. A. The Pathfinder Project -- App. B. A Preliminary QIP Roadmap.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Quantum computers. Optical communications.
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504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 0 ▼g Sect. I. ▼t Wide Perspective -- ▼g Ch. 1. ▼t Introduction / ▼r Michael Brooks -- ▼g Ch. 2. ▼t Fundamentals of Quantum Information / ▼r Michael Brooks -- ▼g Ch. 3. ▼t Quantum Computer Science / ▼r Michael Brooks -- ▼g Ch. 4. ▼t Experimental Realizations / ▼r Michael Brooks -- ▼g Ch. 5. ▼t Optical Technologies for Quantum Computing and Communications / ▼r Michael Brooks -- ▼g Ch. 6. ▼t Applications / ▼r Michael Brooks -- ▼g Ch. 7. ▼t Note on the Question of Scaling: Decoherence and Error Correction / ▼r Michael Brooks -- ▼g Sect. II. ▼t Personal Perspectives -- ▼g Ch. 8. ▼t Solid State Quantum Computation: Prospects, Proposals, and Prejudices / ▼r Bruce Kane -- ▼g Ch. 9. ▼t Information is Physical, But Slippery / ▼r Rolf Landauer -- ▼g Ch. 10. ▼t Nanocircuitry, Defect Tolerance and Quantum Computing: Architectural and Manufacturing Considerations / ▼r R. Stanley Williams -- ▼g Ch. 11. ▼t Quantum Computing and NMR / ▼r Jonathan A. Jones -- ▼g Ch. 12. ▼t Quantum Networks and Quantum Algorithms / ▼r Vlatko Vedral -- ▼g Ch. 13. ▼t Quantum Cryptography / ▼r Richard Hughes -- ▼g Sect. III. ▼t Perspective for the Future -- ▼g Ch. 14. ▼t Realizing the Potential of Quantum Information Processing / ▼r Michael Brooks -- ▼g Ch. 15. ▼t Role of Europe / ▼r Michael Brooks -- ▼g Ch. 16. ▼t Quantum Computing and Communications: A View from the USA / ▼r Colin P. Williams -- ▼g Sect. IV. ▼t Reference materials -- ▼g Ch. 17. ▼t Quantum Information Processing: A Brief Overview of Recent Advances / ▼r Antonella Karlson -- ▼g Ch. 18. ▼t Categories and Definitions. ▼g App. A. ▼t The Pathfinder Project -- ▼g App. B. ▼t A Preliminary QIP Roadmap.
520 1 ▼a "Quantum control is set to revolutionize many aspects of computing and communications, promising, among other things, super-fast computation and completely secure data transmission. Quantum Computing and Communications brings you right up to speed on this breakthrough technology and delivers essential information about the background to, and basics of, Quantum Computing and Communications; provides an overview of worldwide trends and developments; includes expert opinions on prospects and potential growth in the field; and defines major terms used in teaching, researching and learning."--BOOK JACKET.
650 0 ▼a Quantum computers.
650 0 ▼a Optical communications.
700 1 ▼a Brooks, Michael , ▼d 1970-
945 ▼a KINS

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Contents information

Table of Contents

Section I A Wide Perspective.- 1 Introduction.- 1.1 Exploiting the Quantum World.- 1.2 Historical Background.- 1.3 Worldwide Efforts in QCC.- 2 The Fundamentals of Quantum Information.- 3 Quantum Computer Science.- 3.1 Introduction.- 3.2 Algorithms and the Complexity Problem.- 3.3 The Quantum Computation Answer.- 3.4 Quantum Algorithms.- 3.5 Quantum Logic Gates and Networks.- 3.6 Obstacles.- 3.7 A Workable Solution: Quantum Error Correction.- 3.8 Conclusions.- 4 Experimental Realizations.- 4.1 Introduction.- 4.2 Trapped Ions.- 4.3 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.- 4.4 Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics.- 4.5 Quantum Dots.- 5 Optical Technologies for Quantum Computing and Communications.- 5.1 Introduction.- 5.2 Using the Quantum Nature of Light.- 5.2.1 Potential.- 5.2.2 Problems.- 5.3 Quantum Noise in Optical Communications.- 5.4 Generic Technologies in Quantum Communications.- 5.4.1 Nonlinear Optics.- 5.4.2 Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics.- 5.5 Operations Performed on Optical Signals.- 5.5.1 Signal Generation.- 5.5.2 Detection.- 5.5.3 Attenuation.- 5.5.4 Distribution.- 5.5.5 Amplification.- 5.6 Conclusions: Towards the Second Generation.- 6 Applications.- 6.1 Introduction.- 6.2 Emerging Technologies.- 6.2.1 Quantum Cryptography.- 6.2.2 Quantum Repeaters.- 6.2.3 Quantum Simulators.- 6.2.4 Metrology and Few Photon Applications.- 6.3 Conclusions: Measuring Progress.- 7 A Note on the Question of Scaling: Decoherence and Error Correction.- Section II Personal Perspectives.- 8 Solid State Quantum Computation: Prospects, Proposals, and Prejudices.- 9 Information is Physical, But Slippery.- 10 Nanocircuitry, Defect Tolerance and Quantum Computing: Architectural and Manufacturing Considerations.- 11 Quantum Computing and NMR.- 12 Quantum Networks and Quantum Algorithms.- 13 Quantum Cryptography.- Section III A Perspective for the Future.- 14 Realizing the Potential of Quantum Information Processing.- 14.1 Prospects for Quantum Computing.- 14.2 Prospects for Special Applications.- 14.2.1 Quantum Simulation.- 14.2.2 Limited Qubit and Reduced-Noise High Precision Applications.- 14.2.3 Secure Communications.- 14.3 Meeting The Needs of the QIP Field.- 14.3.1 The Need for Academic Focus.- 14.3.2 The Need for Industrial Focus.- 14.3.3 The Need for Awareness.- 15 The Role of Europe.- 15.1 The Pioneering Stage.- 15.2 Today.- 15.2.1 Multi-Disciplinary or Trans-Disciplinary Nature of the Community.- 15.2.2 The Numbers Involved.- 15.2.3 The Geographical Spread.- 15.2.4 The Industrial Scene.- 15.2.5 Summary of the European Scene.- 16 Quantum Computing and Communications: A View from the USA.- 16.1 Introduction.- 16.2 What Works Well.- 16.3 What Does Not Work So Well.- 16.4 NASA/JPL.- 16.5 Lessons Learned from Experience with NASA.- 16.6 Opportunities for Europe.- 16.7 Commercialization.- 16.8 Recommendations.- 16.8.1 Programmatic Recommendations.- 16.8.2 Technology Solutions.- 16.8.3 Quantum Computer Science.- 16.8.4 Education and Training.- Section IV Reference materials.- 17 Quantum Information Processing: A Brief Overview of Recent Advances.- 17.1 Introduction.- 17.2 The Underlying Physical System.- 17.2.1 Quantum Bits and Quantum Superpositions.- 17.2.2 Quantum Gates.- 17.2.3 Quantum Parallelism.- 17.3 Fundamentals of Quantum Information.- 17.3.1 Entanglement.- 17.3.2 Quantum Dense Coding.- 17.3.3 Quantum Teleportation.- 17.4 Quantum Cryptography.- 17.4.1 Standard Cryptosystems.- 17.4.2 Quantum Key Distribution.- 17.5 Quantum Computing.- 17.5.1 Quantum Algorithms.- 17.5.2 Grover's Search Algorithm.- 17.5.3 Period Finding and Shor's Factorization Algorithm.- 17.5.4 Minimum Requirements for any Quantum System to Be a Quantum Computer.- 17.5.5 Simulation of Other Quantum Systems.- 17.6 Quantum Decoherence.- 17.6.1 What is Decoherence?.- 17.6.2 Quantum Error Correction.- 17.7 Experimental Realizations.- 17.7.1 Systems with Few Degrees of Freedom.- 17.7.2 Macroscopic Systems.- 17.8 Conclusions.- 18 Categories and Definitions.- 18.1 Definitions and Glossar


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