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Grover's Algorithm and Many-Valued Quantum Logic

@article{Hunt2020GroversAA,
  title={Grover's Algorithm and Many-Valued Quantum Logic},
  author={Samuel Hunt and Maximilien Gadouleau},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2001.06316}
}
As the engineering endeavour to realise quantum computers progresses, we consider that such machines need not rely on binary as their de facto unit of information. We investigate Grover's algorithm under a generalised quantum circuit model, in which the information and transformations can be expressed in any arity, and analyse the structural and behavioural properties while preserving the semantics; namely, searching for the unique preimage to an output a function. We conclude by demonstrating… Expand
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