7.1 Quantum Computation 7 Quantum Computing Applications of Genetic Programming

@inproceedings{Spector200171QC,
  title={7.1 Quantum Computation 7 Quantum Computing Applications of Genetic Programming},
  author={Lee Spector and Howard Barnum and Herbert J. Bernstein and Nikhil Swamy},
  year={2001}
}
Quantum computers are computational devices that use the dynamics of atomic-scale objects to store and manipulate information. Only a few, small-scale quantum computers have been built to date, but quantum computers can in principle outperform all possible classical computers in significant ways. Quantum computation is therefore a subject of considerable theoretical interest that may also have practical applications in the future. Genetic programming can automatically discover new algorithms… CONTINUE READING
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