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Introduction to quantum computing with Q# and QDK

Introduction to quantum computing with Q# and QDK (Loan 1 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Wojcieszyn, Filip.
Title Statement
Introduction to quantum computing with Q# and QDK / Filip Wojcieszyn.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cham, Switzerland :   Springer,   2022.  
Physical Medium
xvi, 279 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
Quantum science and technology
ISBN
9783030993788
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Quantum computing.
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Holdings Information

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Contents information

Table of Contents

Part One1 Background



1.1 Historical development of quantum theory



1.2 Reality without realism



2 Basics of quantum mechanics



2.1 Quantum state



2.2 Superposition



2.3 Born rule



2.4 Observables



2.5 State evolution



2.6 Larger systems



2.7 Postulates of quantum mechanics



2.8 Entanglement



2.9 Bell''s theorem



2.10 No-cloning theorem



Part Two



3 Getting Started with Quantum Programming



3.1 Setting up QDK environment



3.2 Getting started with Q#



4 Quantum Computing



4.1 History



4.2 Qubits



4.3 Quantum circuits



4.4 Superposition



4.5 Pauli gates



4.5.1 I gate



4.5.2 X gate



4.5.3 Z gate



4.5.4 Y gate



4.5.5 Summary



4.6 Rotation gates



4.6.1 Rz gate



4.6.2 S gate



4.6.3 T gate



4.6.4 Rx and Ry gates



4.7 Multi qubit gates



4.7.1 Controlled gates



4.7.2 CNOT gate



4.7.3 SWAP gate



4.7.4 CZ gate



4.7.5 Toffoli gate



4.8 Gate universality



5 Entanglement



5.1 Basics



5.2 Bell''s inequalities



5.3 CHSH Game



5.4 Teleportation



5.5 Superdense coding



5.6 Entanglement as a resource



6 Quantum Key Distribution



6.1 One-time pad encryption



6.2 BB84 protocol



6.3 B92 protocol



6.4 EPR-based quantum key distribution



Part Three



7 Algorithms



7.1 Deutsch-Jozsa Algorithm



7.2 QuantumSearch



7.3 Useful Algorithm Components



7.3.1 QFT



7.3.2 QPE



7.4 Shor''s Algorithm

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