Quantum computing: A taxonomy, systematic review and future directions

  title={Quantum computing: A taxonomy, systematic review and future directions},
  author={Sukhpal Singh Gill and Adarsh Kumar and Harvinder Singh and Manmeet Singh and Kamalpreet Kaur and Muhammad Usman and Rajkumar Buyya},
  journal={Software: Practice and Experience},
  pages={114 - 66}
Quantum computing (QC) is an emerging paradigm with the potential to offer significant computational advantage over conventional classical computing by exploiting quantum‐mechanical principles such as entanglement and superposition. It is anticipated that this computational advantage of QC will help to solve many complex and computationally intractable problems in several application domains such as drug design, data science, clean energy, finance, industrial chemical development, secure… 

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