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Blind quantum computation for QFT on multi-qubit states

@article{Zhang2017BlindQC,
  title={Blind quantum computation for QFT on multi-qubit states},
  author={Xiaoqian Zhang and Jian Weng and Weiqi Luo and Xiaoqing Tan},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2017}
}
After quantum computers come out, governments and rich companies will have the abilities to buy these useful quantum computers, meanwhile they are familiar with these technologies proficiently. If a client wants to perform quantum computing but she does not have quantum computers with relevant quantum technologies. She can seek help from the server and pay his salary, but she does not want to leak anything to the server. Blind quantum computing (BQC) give a good method for the client to… 

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