CWTEC16 - How to build a universal quantum computer

Quantum computers exploit the phenomenon of superposition to achieve fundamental parallelism in their operation. For most applications this won't be of much interest, but it will enable some computing tasks to be vastly quicker than possible with classical machines, and will allow new algorithms which are simply not possible on conventional hardware. This presentation will explain how the machines may be programmed, and explore what sort of algorithms could be applicable in wireless communications.

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