Monthly Archive: January, 2014

Quantum Computing 2

I was reading a post by a woman on using Lorenz curves to determine the “cost and yield of moving from one quantum state to another”. http://quantumfrontiers.com/2013/10/14/the-cost-and-yield-of-moving-from-quantum-state-to-quantum-state/ She states that when there is… Continue reading

Quantum Computing Part 1

Could quantum computing be used to have multiple variables refer to the same spaces of memory for their values? For instance the property of superposition means the qbit takes on multiple values at… Continue reading