Quantum Computing: Back Action 2006
American Inst. of Physics, Dec 4, 2006 - Science - 332 pages
This conference focused on the issue of quantum computation with a very unique perspective of its back action rather than its future, which has usually been the focus. Leading international researchers working on quantum computing from computer science, information technology, physics, and chemistry present their most recent scholarly research indicating the current impact of quantum computing on science and technology.
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