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Quantum Computing Books

Quantum Paradoxes: Quantum Theory for the Perplexed

A Guide through the Mysteries of Quantum Physics! Yakir Aharonov is one of the pioneers in measuring theory, the nature of quantum correlations, superselection rules, and geometric phases and has been awarded numerous scientific honors. The author has contributed monumental concepts to theoretical physics, especially the Aharonov-Bohm effect and the Aharonov-Casher effect.

Introduction to Quantum Mechanics

This book provides a lucid, up-to-date introduction to the principles of quantum mechanics at the level of undergraduates and first-year graduate students in chemistry, materials science, biology and related fields.

Quantum Nanoelectronics: An Introduction to Electronic Nanotechnology and Quantum Computing

This textbook is the first to handle those important areas not covered in existing books on nanoelectronics, such as quantum computing and alternative energy technology.

Quantum Computing Explained

This clear, practical book takes quantum computing out of the realm of theoretical physics and teaches the fundamentals of the field to students and professionals who have not had training in quantum computing or quantum information theory, including computer scientists, programmers, electrical engineers, mathematicians, physics students, and chemists.

Solid-State Quantum Computing

The IWSSQC 2008 covered all aspects of solid-state implementations for quantum information processing, and topics that were addressed included both theoretical and experimental attempts.

Quantum Dots

This book deals with the electronic and optical properties of two low-dimensional systems: quantum dots and quantum antidots and is divided into two parts. Part one is a self-contained monograph which describes in detail the theoretical and experimental background for exploration of electronic states of the quantum-confined systems.

Handbook of Quantum Logic and Quantum Structures

Since its inception in the famous 1936 paper by Birkhoff and von Neumann entitled 'The logic of quantum mechanics' quantum logic, i.e. the logical investigation of quantum mechanics, has undergone an enormous development.