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Success in initializing and reading nuclear spins brings quantumcomputer a step closer

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Old May 1st 13, 01:39 AM posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav
Sam Wormley[_2_]
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Default Success in initializing and reading nuclear spins brings quantumcomputer a step closer

Success in initializing and reading nuclear spins brings quantum
computer a step closer

A quantum computer is controlled by the laws of quantum physics; it
promises to perform complicated calculations, or search large amounts
of data, at a speed that exceeds by far those that today's fastest
supercomputers are capable of.

"You could say that a quantum computer can think several thoughts
simultaneously, while a traditional computer thinks one thought at a
time," says Weimin Chen, professor in the Division of Functional
Electronic Materials at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and
Biology at LiU, and one of the main authors of the article in Nature


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