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2022 | Buch

Quantum Computing Environments

herausgegeben von: Prof. Sitharama S. Iyengar, Dr. Mario Mastriani, Dr. KJ Latesh Kumar

Verlag: Springer International Publishing


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This book explains the evolution of techniques and strategies in quantum computing, discussing the digital transition towards the quantum computing application in various sectors. The book provides a comprehensive insight into the quantum mechanics and quantum computing techniques and tools and how they have evolved and the impacted in supporting and flourishing business during the quantum computing era. This book includes chapters that discuss the most primitive quantum schemes to the most recent use of Internet, finance and radar technology, thus leveraging greater use of new technologies like security and Internet and others. The content is relevant for an audience that is involved in the research and development of advanced quantum systems. It gives the industry, researchers, and students interested in learning the various quantum computing sectors with the necessary information and tools that can be used to research, design and develop advanced quantum computing systems and techniques.


Chapter 1. Quantum Information Processing
This chapter provides an introduction to the exciting field of Quantum Information Processing. It covers the basic quantum mechanics and introduces the language of Quantum computing. The chapter also introduces the necessary prerequisite of linear algebra required to understand information processing in the quantum level. Also we introduce the idea entanglement and Bell inequality. Finally a review of quantum gates followed by some basic quantum algorithms.
Ritajit Majumdar
Chapter 2. Quantum Compiling
Quantum compiling fills the gap between the computing layer of high-level quantum algorithms and the layer of physical qubits with their specific properties and constraints. Quantum compiling is a hybrid between the general-purpose compilers of computers, transforming high-level language to assembly language, and hardware synthesis by hardware description language, where functions are automatically synthesized into customized hardware. Here we review the quantum compiling stack of both gate-model quantum computers and the adiabatic quantum computers. The former involves low-level qubit control, quantum error correction, synthesis of short quantum circuits, and transpiling, while the latter involves the virtualization of qubits by embedding of QUBO and HUBO problems on constrained graphs of physical qubits and both quantum error suppression and correction. Commercial initiatives and quantum compiling products are reviewed, including explicit programming examples.
Marco Maronese, Lorenzo Moro, Lorenzo Rocutto, Enrico Prati
Chapter 3. The Future Quantum Internet
This chapter introduces the need for new quantum internet technology in the spirit of understanding the use of classical internet. Detailed description and the architecture of Quantum Internet and Quantum internet in space and how far is the quantum internet from reality are provided with lots of Theory and formalism.
Fabio Cavaliere, Rana Pratap Sircar, Tommaso Catuogno
Chapter 4. Quantum Radar
Quantum radar is a promising technology that has been getting attraction in recent years, with possible applications in military and civilian fields. In this chapter, the historical background, developments during the last two decades, proposals that are mainly referred to as quantum radar, and their experimental implementation cases are presented. Throughout this chapter, we will use the term radar to cover both radar and lidar, since quantum “radar” is not a radar in the strict sense of the meaning. It is used as an umbrella term to cover multiple proposals, some of which are capable of only detection and not ranging, with different techniques applicable both in the optical and microwave regimes. Therefore, when the term “quantum radar” is invoked, it is used for multiple purposes that are wider than just a quantum version of the classical radar systems.
Kadir Durak, Zeki Seskir, Bulat Rami
Chapter 5. Quantum Finance
This chapter discusses the notion of quantum currency in the context of money, Quantum coins, Quantum Block chain, Quantum Che ques and Quantum E-Che ques. These concepts are described with a good theory and applications and is useful for banking and trade currency management.
Do Ngoc Diep
Chapter 6. Future Perspectives of Quantum Applications Using AI
This chapter provides many applications of quantum computing such as “Under water communication using teleportation techniques,” drug development, and other applications. A new idea “quantum dots” is described in detail with lots of examples. The chapter also talks about artificial intelligence and machine learning–enabled quantum computing.
H. U. Leena, R. Lawrance
Quantum Computing Environments
herausgegeben von
Prof. Sitharama S. Iyengar
Dr. Mario Mastriani
Dr. KJ Latesh Kumar
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