Quantum computing for the determined

By
Nielsen, M. (Michael)
(2010)

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1 The qubit - 2 Tips for working with qubits - 3 Our first quantum gate: the quantum NOT gate - 4 The Hadamard gate - 5 Measuring a qubit - 6 General single-qubit gates - 7 Why unitaries are the only matrices which preserve length - 8 Examples of single-qubit quantum gates - 9 The controlled-NOT gate - 10 Universal quantum computation - 11 Superdense coding: how to send two bits using one qubit - 12 Preparing the Bell state - 13 What's so special about entangled states anyway? - 14 Distinguishing quantum states - 15 Superdense coding redux: putting it all together - 16 Partial measurements - 17 Partial measurements in an arbitrary basis - 18 Quantum teleportation - 19 Quantum teleportation: discussion - 20 The postulates of quantum mechanics I: states and state space - 21 The postulates of quantum mechanics II: dynamics - 22 The postulates of quantum mechanics III: measurement

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