Creative Quantum Computing: Inverse FFT, Sound Synthesis, Adaptive Sequencing and Musical Composition

@article{Miranda2021CreativeQC,
  title={Creative Quantum Computing: Inverse FFT, Sound Synthesis, Adaptive Sequencing and Musical Composition},
  author={Eduardo Reck Miranda},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2005.05832}
}
  • E. Miranda
  • Published 12 May 2020
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
Quantum computing is emerging as an alternative computing technology, which is built on the principles of subatomic physics. In spite of continuing progress in developing increasingly more sophisticated hardware and software, access to quantum computing still requires specialist expertise that is largely confined to research laboratories. Moreover, the target applications for these developments remain primarily scientific. This chapter introduces research aimed at improving this scenario. Our… 
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