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1. Quantum Logic - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
In mathematical physics and Quantum mechanics, Quantum logic is a formalism for reasoning about propositions which takes the principles of Quantum theory
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Advanced theories Quantum field theory Wightman axioms Quantum electrodynamics Quantum chromodynamics ... Consistent histories Quantum logic Consciousness causes collapse Scientists Planck SchrÂ¶dinger Heisenberg Bohr ... edit In mathematical physics and quantum mechanics quantum logic is a formalism for reasoning about propositions which takes the principles of quantum theory into account. This research area and its name originated in the 1936 paper by Garrett Birkhoff and John von Neumann , who were attempting to reconcile the apparent inconsistency of classical boolean logic with the facts concerning the measurement of complementary variables in quantum mechanics, such as position and momentum.

2. Quantum Logic And Probability Theory (Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy)
In this sense, then, Quantum mechanics or, at any rate, its mathematical framework reduces to Quantum logic and its attendant probability theory.
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Quantum Logic and Probability Theory
First published Mon Feb 4, 2002; substantive revision Mon Feb 27, 2006 At its core, quantum mechanics can be regarded as a non-classical probability calculus resting upon a non-classical propositional logic. More specifically, in quantum mechanics each probability-bearing proposition of the form "the value of physical quantity A lies in the range B " is represented by a projection operator on a Hilbert space H . These form a non-Boolean in particular, non-distributive orthocomplemented lattice. Quantum-mechanical states correspond exactly to probability measures (suitably defined) on this lattice. What are we to make of this? Some have argued that the empirical success of quantum mechanics calls for a revolution in logic itself. This view is associated with the demand for a realistic interpretation of quantum mechanics, i.e., one not grounded in any primitive notion of measurement. Against this, there is a long tradition of interpreting quantum mechanics operationally, that is, as being precisely a theory of measurement. On this latter view, it is not surprising that a "logic" of measurement-outcomes, in a setting where not all measurements are compatible, should prove not to be Boolean. Rather, the mystery is why it should have the particular non-Boolean structure that it does in quantum mechanics. A substantial literature has grown up around the programme of giving some independent motivation for this structure ideally, by deriving it from more primitive and plausible axioms governing a generalized probability theory.

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 Metamath Home Quantum Logic Explorer Home Page Quantum Logic Explorer You are about to enter uncharted territory. Unlike elementary Set Theory which is polished and mature mathematics, Quantum Logic is wild and barely explored. An ornery, intractable logic, nobody even knows if it's decidable! (In other words no one knows if an algorithm is even possible that tells you if a given expression is a theorem, much less what such an algorithm might look like.) These pages contain a collection of around 1,000 proofs of my own, my colleague [external], and others. My own proofs are experiments to scout out new terrain, often finding it barren but occasionally stumbling on a small gem or two. All proofs are complete and correct though, verified by the Metamath program with the database file ql.mm Contents of this page What is Quantum Logic? New 24-Sep-2003 How to Follow Proofs The Axioms Some Definitions Relationship to Hilbert Space ... References Related pages Table of Contents and Theorem List Definition List Hilbert Space Explorer Home Page ASCII Equivalents for Text-Only Browsers What's this? Look for L46-7 at the bottom of this page.

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6. Quantum Logic: To Be, Or NOT To Be? - Physicsworld.com
Quantum computation has moved another step closer with the first demonstration of a Quantum NOT gate. Although it is impossible to build perfect logic gates
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et al Nature 815). The development follows the near-perfect cloning of quantum bits by physicists at the University of Oxford earlier this year. In conventional electronics, a NOT gate inverts the value of a bit of information from 1 to or from to 1. This works because ordinary bits can only have a value of 1 or 0. Physicists have long believed that such binary information could also be stored in certain two-state quantum systems, such as the horizontal and vertical polarization states of photons, or the spin-up and spin-down states of electrons. One of these entangled photons travelled to a detector, which measured its polarization, while a mirror reflected its partner back into the crystal. When this reflected photon emerged from the crystal, a second detector measured its polarization.

7. D.J. Foulis, Dept. Of Mathematics & Statistics University Of Massachusetts,
A Half Century of Quantum logicWhat Have we Learned? by DJ Foulis. Until now, Quantum logic has had little or no impact on mainstream physics;
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 Return to Buridan Review Arches If you're stuck in a browser frame - click here to view this same page in Quantonics! A Half Century of Quantum Logic What Have we Learned? by D.J. Foulis Department of Mathematics and Statistics University of Massachusetts Amherst, MA 01003, USA Foulis presented this paper at the Einstein Meets Magritte Conference in Brussels, Belgium during May-June 1995. Note that Pirsig presented his SODV paper on 1Jun95 at this same conference. Reproduced with permission. Notify us of any typos at To contact Quantonics write to or call Doug Renselle Quantonics, Inc. 484 East Carmel Drive, #353 Carmel, INdiana 46032-2812 USA 1-317-THOUGHT A List of Foulis' Publications Also see our ongoing critical review of Max Jammer's The Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics Chapter 8, 'Quantum Logic' Index Introduction Quantum Logic What Good is it? A Brief History of Quantum Logic ... The Firefly Box and its Event Logic Figure 1 The Firefly Box Figure 2 The Logic of Events The Logic of Experimental Propositions Figure 3 The Logic of Experimental Propositions The Logic of Attributes Figure 4 Attribute Logic States and Irreducible Attributes Probability Models Figure 5 Probability Model Testing and Inference The Quantum Firefly Box Conclusion ... What Have We Learned?

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9. [quant-ph/0101028] Quantum Logic
Authors M.L. Dalla Chiara, R. Giuntini Comments 100 pages. We investigate some forms of Quantum logic arising from the standard and the unsharp approach.
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Authors: M.L. Dalla Chiara R. Giuntini (Submitted on 5 Jan 2001 ( ), last revised 6 Jan 2001 (this version, v2)) Abstract: We investigate some forms of quantum logic arising from the standard and the unsharp approach. Comments: 100 pages Subjects: Quantum Physics (quant-ph) Cite as: arXiv:quant-ph/0101028v2
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10. Quantum Reality
Quantum Reality describes eight of these candidate realities ranging from Hugh Everett s ManyWorlds Model thru Quantum logic and Undivided Wholeness to
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11. Quantum Logic : Order Structures In Quantum Mechanics
Order structures in Quantum mechanics are a rather recent subject of interest. Their study follows the intention to gain insight into categorial communities
Quantum Logic : Order Structures in Quantum Mechanics
Order structures in quantum mechanics have rather recently become subject of research. Their study follows the intention to gain insight into categorial communities and differences between classical and quantum mechanics . As one possible answer to this problem, Marlow stated with respect to Quantum Logic "Quantum theory is simply the replacement in standard probability theory of event-as-subset-of-a-set (abelian, distributive) by event-as-subspace-of-a-Hilbert-space (non-abelian, non-distributive)" Read this introduction by Martin Ziegler to understand what he means by that.
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Classical Logic: Boolean Algebras
A Boolean algebra (named after George Boole) is a set L containing at least two different elements and 1, supplied with three operations v L x L L L x L L L L called join meet and orthocomplement , such that the following axioms hold a) a b = b a a v b = b v a commutativity b) (a b) c = a (b c) (a v b) v c = a v (b v c) associativity c) (a v b) a = a (a b) v c = a) absorption d) a (b v c) = (a b) v (a c) distributive e) a v a invertibility Theorem: Elements and are rightly called neutral , since they fulfill a 1 = a a v = a a a v The mapping L is unique in the following sense: a v b = 1 a b = implies b = a Furthermore the dual distributive law and the so called De Morgan laws
• 12. Quantum Logic With An Optical Lattice | Physical Review Focus
The 1 February PRL describes a new type of Quantum logic gate that might, at least in theory, meet those seemingly contradictory requirements.
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Ivan Deutsch/University of New Mexico Laser egg carton. Interfering laser beams can hold atoms in a precise array. In this arrangement, the atoms could form the basis for a quantum computer. Quantum computers could potentially calculate much faster than the silicon-based computers of today. Their advantage is that quantum computer bits can remain in two states at once as they perform operations, unlike conventional bits, which must commit to "0" or "1." The problem for designers is that these quantum bits (qubits) must remain well isolated to preserve their quantum nature, and yet be easily accessible for manipulation by the computer. The 1 February PRL describes a new type of quantum logic gate that might, at least in theory, meet those seemingly contradictory requirements. Researchers suggest that neutral atoms trapped in an optical latticea series of potential wells created by the interference of laser beamsmight offer advantages over the charged ions and atomic nuclei that are currently used. One of the most promising ways to build a quantum computer so far has been to trap ultracold charged ions in electric fields and manipulate them using lasers. But since these ions are charged, they interact readily with stray electric fields in the environment and are thus extremely susceptible to decoherencea loss of quantum character that prevents qubits from remaining in two states. Ivan Deutsch of the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque and Poul Jessen of the University of Arizona in Tucson and their colleagues propose using neutral atoms trapped in an optical lattice for quantum computing. Neutral atoms, they reason, will be less willing to interact with their environment. Moreover, atoms trapped in different wells of an optical lattice hardly influence one another, so a million atoms can potentially be operated upon at once.

13. Optics Demo Does Quantum Logic TRN 040605
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April 6/13, 2005 Researchers from the University of Science and Technology of China and the University of Heidelberg in Germany have demonstrated a method of using four photons to form a logic gate that can be used for quantum computing.
Quantum computers use attributes of particles like atoms, photons and electrons to represent information, and manipulate the particles to carry out computations. Quantum computers have the potential to solve certain very large problems that are beyond the capabilities of the fastest possible classical computer.
The researchers' logic gate is a step toward making quantum computers practical.
Logic gates that link pairs of quantum bits, which represent single bits of binary information, are essential to quantum computing. It has been difficult to form two-bit logic gates from photons rather than electrons or atoms because photons interact very weakly, essentially passing through each other unaltered. At the same time, photons are especially useful as qubits because they can be transported over communications lines.
The researchers' proof-of-principal experiment demonstrated that it is possible to make a non-destructive photonic Controlled-NOT, or CNOT, gate that uses linear optical elements.

 14. A Quantum Logic - On Line Opinion - 13/2/2007 The application of Quantum mechanics to cognition and semantic information processing technologies.http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=5486

15. PhysicsWeb - Quantum Logic Gate Lights Up
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 Advanced site search news January February March April May June July August September October November December Show summaries quick search Search the news archive. Previous News for August 2003 Next Quantum logic gate lights up 8 August 2003 Physicists in the US have taken another important step towards making a quantum computer. Duncan Steel of the University of Michigan and co-workers have created a logic gate using two electron-hole pairs - also known as "excitons" - in a quantum dot (X Li et al. Science Classical computers deal with binary logic and the bits being processed must be either "0" or "1". Quantum computers, on the other hand, exploit the ability of quantum particles to be in two or more states at the same time. A quantum bit or "qubit" can therefore be "0" or "1" or any combination of the two. This means that a quantum computer could, in principle, outperform a classical computer for certain tasks. However, all the quantum computers demonstrated so far have only contained a handful of qubits. Although qubits have been made with trapped photons, atoms and ions, it is generally thought that it should be easier to build working devices with solid-state systems. Several teams have made significant progress with the superconducting approach to solid-state quantum computing. Now Steel and co-workers at Michigan, Michigan State, the Naval Research Laboratory and the University of California at San Diego have demonstrated the first all-optical quantum gate in a semiconductor quantum dot.

16. Handbook Of Quantum Logic And Quantum Structures - Elsevier
The logic of Quantum mechanics? Quantum logic, i.e. the logical investigation of Quantum mechanics, has undergone an enormous development.
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 17. Laser Pulses Could Power Quantum Logic Gate - Info-tech - 04 July 2005 - New Sci Exotic computers capable of immensely complex calculations using individual particles of light are a step closer to realisation, say researchers.http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn7624

 18. Orthologic And Quantum Logic Motivated by a growing need to understand the computational potential of Quantum devices we suggest an approach to the relevant issues via Quantum logic andhttp://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=347481

19. Current Research In Operational Quantum Logic
We contemplate a five day, intensive workshop devoted to topics of current interest related to operational Quantum logic. This year we would like to
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We plan to have one or two didactic talks a day followed by extensive time for organised discussion. To facilitate interaction and for practical budgetary reasons, we aim to keep the number of participants limited to a maximum of 20. The organizers would like to dedicate this year's workshop to David J. Foulis, president of the International Quantum Structures Association , at the occasion of his retirement in honor of his seminal contributions to our field. The following have confirmed participation beforehand:
Maria-Luisa DALLA CHIARA (University of Florence, Italy), Sylvia PULMANNOVA (Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia), David J. FOULIS (University of Massachusetts, USA), Dick GREECHIE (Louisiana Tech University, USA), John HARDING (New Mexico State University, USA), David J. MOORE, Constantin PIRON (University of Geneva, Switzerland), Mirko NAVARA (Czech Tecnical University, Czech Republic), Jan PASEKA (Masaryk University, Czech Republic), Alex WILCE (Juniata College Pennsylvania, USA), Isar STUBBE (Catholic University of Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium), Wim CHRISTIAENS (University of Ghent, Belgium), Diederik AERTS, Bob COECKE, Sonja SMETS, Frank VALCKENBORGH (Free University of Brussels), ...

20. Quantum Logic Operation With A Single Trapped Ion Using The Nonlinear Interactio
Keywords Ion trap, LambDicke parameter, Quantum logic operation. Print publication Issue 1 (February 2000) Received 15 October 1999, in final form 23
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E-mail: lxli@mail.ustc.edu.cn and gcguo@ustc.edu.cn Abstract. Using the nonlinear interaction between internal and external degrees of a trapped ion assisted by a laser beam, we present simplified methods for two-qubit quantum logic operation. The nonlinear interaction arises when the Lamb-Dicke parameter is not small enough. Two special cases, one with the laser tuned to the first red sideband and the other tuned to the carrier, are discussed in detail. Keywords: Ion trap, Lamb-Dicke parameter, quantum logic operation

21. RAPID SINGLE-FLUX-QUANTUM LOGIC
Likharev, K.K., Mukhanov, O.A., and Semenov, V.K. (1985 a) Resistive single flux Quantum logic for the Josephsonjunction technology , in SQUID 85,
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U.S.A. ABSTRACT . Background, basic ideas, and recent development of a new family of ultrafast superconductor digital devices are reviewed. Possible applications of this new digital technology are discussed.
1. Introduction
Since the late 1960s it has become clear that several features of Josephson-junction integrated digital circuits may make them uniquely suitable for fast processing of digital information. These features include:
• Availability of superconducting microstrip transmission lines capable of transferring picosecond waveforms over virtually any interchip distance with a speed approaching that of light, and low attenuation and dispersion - see, e.g., theoretical analyzes by Kautz (1979) and Ekholm (1990) and experiments by Andratsky et al. (1990) and Polonsky et al. (1993b). It is also very important that these lines can be quite densely laid out (since spacing between the lines and their width are limited only by the available patterning technology), while having low crosstalk.
• Availability of Josephson junctions which can serve as ultrafast (picosecond) switches. Simultaneously, the junctions can be impedance-matched with the superconductor microstrip lines. This property allows one to ensure the ballistic transfer of the generated waveforms along the lines. Finally, even at these low impedances (R~10 Ohms) the Josephson junction power consumption P = V
• 22. NIST: First Steps Toward Realization Of Quantum-Logic
The starting point in the development of practical Quantumlogic systems at NIST involved the convergence to two lines of study. Beginning in the early 80s
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The First Steps Toward Realization of Quantum-Logic at NIST
The starting point in the development of practical quantum-logic systems at NIST involved the convergence to two lines of study. Beginning in the early '80s, Feynman [ ] and Benioff speculated on the possibility of using quantum systems to perform (reversible) computation. Deutsch ] expanded on these ideas, showing that certain computations could be performed more efficiently using quantum systems. In 1994, Peter Shor ] made a significant advance when he developed a quantum-logic algorithm that could factor large numbers efficiently. But no one had yet devised a practical approach for building a quantum computer. During this same period, Wineland and his colleagues in the Ion Storage Group at NIST, Boulder, Colorado, were working on laser-cooled ions stored in electromagnetic traps for high-performance frequency standards . There are many advantages to be gained by using stored ions for this application, but one disadvantage is that the most promising approach uses only a few ions, and the signal-to-noise ratio is thus small. In order to deal with this problem, the Ion Storage Group developed a concept for reducing the noise below the usual quantum limit [ ] through what can be called "spin squeezing," [

23. Physics News Update Number 250 - TWO-BIT QUANTUM LOGIC GATES
TWOBIT Quantum logic GATES have been experimentally demonstrated for the first time. Analogous to conventional electronic logic gates in personal computers
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24. Quantum Logic, Topology And Categories At Oxford | The N-Category CafÃ©
It has a number of satellite workshops, including one on Categorical Quantum logic, August 1012 at the Oxford University Computing Laboratory, organized by
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25. Quantum Logic (logic) --Â Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Quantum logic (logic). EncyclopÃ¦dia Britannica Related Articles by a series of Quantum theory tests conducted on the behavior and properties of light.
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26. The Birth Of Quantum Logic - History And Philosophy Of Logic
By quoting extensively from unpublished letters written by John von Neumann to Garret Birkhoff during the preparatory phase (in 1935) of their ground
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27. Quantum Gravitational Vs. Quantum Logic: Virtually Left-handed Trinary Logic
As such it is the foundational template of Quantum gravitational logic. Real trinary Quantum gravitational logic is the logic of infinite inclusive
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 QUANTUM GRAVITATIONAL VS. QUANTUM LOGIC: VIRTUALLY LEFT-HANDED REAL TRINARY LOGIC Where , and 1 = 0, and 00 = = 1, the cornerstone, Precisely as infinite, the infinite lattice is not able to be mirrored, as it is not able to be gotten outside of. In fact, where , and 1 = 0, and 00 = for 1, producing the right-handed U-diagonal, where the following relations obtain: 0U = 1, 10 = U, 1U = 0, and 11 = 1, but 00 = 0, UU = U, and UU 11, that is, U That such a right-handed trinary logic the virtual reverse and reduction of real trinary logic to the logic of superpositional intermediation is radically binary, literally can be seen in the form of the infinitely expanding triangle produced by the infinite iterative sequential summing of the logical sequence, 1, 0, U, 1, 0, U, 1, 0, U, . . ., where the logical operator is Hellerstein's "pivot," as here illustrated The radically binary 2-based nature of right-handed trinary logic is further manifest in the fact that the sequence of the number of U's constituting the edges of the edge-sharing triangles of U's whose hypotenuses extend to the edges of the major infinitely expanding triangle is 2, 5, 14, 41, 122, . . ., that is, where x = 3, this sequence is 2, 2 +

 28. Synthesis Of Quantum Logic Circuits We discuss efficient Quantum logic circuits which perform two tasks (i) implementing generic Quantum computations and (ii) initializing Quantum registers.http://www.gigascale.org/pubs/884.html

29. Logic As Boolean Quantum Field Theory
Perhaps one could say that Quantum logic is Cvalued in the sense that all complex superpositions of a statement and its negation are possible.
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30. SÃ©minaire D'Informatique: Dynamic Quantum Logic
In this talk I will present the new results of my joint work with A. Baltag on Quantum Dynamic logic, i.e. a logical calculus for Quantum information flow
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31. Why The Disjunction In Quantum Logic Is Not Classical - Cogprints
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The quantum logical `or' is analyzed from a physical perspective. We show that it is the existence of EPR-like correlation states for the quantum mechanical entity under consideration that make it nonequivalent to the classical situation. Specifically, the presence of potentiality in these correlation states gives rise to the quantum deviation from the classical logical `or'. We show how this arises not only in the microworld, but also in macroscopic situations where EPR-like correlation states are present. We investigate how application of this analysis to concepts could alleviate some well known problems in cognitive science. Item Type: Journal (Paginated) Keywords: quantum, nondisjunction, correlation, potential, logic, concept, classical, state, conjunction, negation, category, pet fish problem

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33. PR: Quantum Logic Corporation Joins Microsoft Partner Research Panel
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34. AIST Fabricates Logic Gate For Quantum Computers
Recently, many studies on Quantum bits (qubits) and Quantum logic gates using solidstate materials such as superconductors and semiconductors have been
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35. A Presentation Of Quantum Logic Based On An And Then Connective -- Lehmann, 10.1
It presents Quantum logic as a propositional logic under two connectives negation and the and then operation that combines old and new information.
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Abstract When a physicist performs a quantic measurement, new information about the system at hand is gathered. This article studies the logical properties of how this new information is combined with previous information. It presents Quantum Logic as a propositional

 36. Quantumbionet Quantum logic and Probability Theory (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy). Quantum logic (Wikipedia). Quantum logic (Explorer Home Page)http://quantum.ibiocat.eu/eng/index.php?pagina=19

 37. CAT.INIST In both cases, a Quantum computation is performed when a unitary evolution operator, acting as a Quantum logic gate, transforms the state of qudits in ahttp://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=18301066

38. ScienceDirect - Microelectronic Engineering : Graph-based Quantum Logic Circuits
Graphbased Quantum logic circuits and their realization by novel GaAs multiple Quantum wire branch switches utilizing Schottky wrap gates
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39. University Of California - UC Newsroom | NSF Grant To Fund Quantum Logic Technol
NSF Grant to Fund Quantum logic Technologies. 200209-25. A team of chemists, physicists and engineers at the University of California, Berkeley,
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44. Chapter 7 - Logic With Vectors: Ambiguous Words And Quantum States
Because vector spaces provide the spatial model for both Quantum logic and the Infomap WORDSPACE, it turns out that we can use the same logical operators in
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As we try to learn and reason about language and its meaning by measuring the distributions of points and regions in geometric models, a variety of powerful logical operators become available. Many such operators correspond to well-known logic gates in computer science, and to familiar options in standard user interfaces.
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 46. Citebase - Conditional Quantum Dynamics And Logic Gates Quantum logic gates provide fundamental examples of conditional Quantum dynamics. They could form the building blocks of general Quantum informationhttp://www.citebase.org/abstract?id=oai:arXiv.org:quant-ph/9503017

47. Quantum Logic Gate Created Using Excitons
They have created a logic gate using two electronhole pairs also known as excitons in a Quantum dot. Before going further, what is an exciton?
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In this article , PhysicsWeb reports that researchers in the U.S. "have taken another important step towards making a quantum computer . [They] have created a logic gate using two electron-hole pairs also known as "excitons" in a quantum dot." Before going further, what is an exciton? Here is the definition from Wikipedia An exciton is a combination of an electron and a hole in a semiconductor or insulator in an excited state. The hole behaves as a positive charge, and the electron is attracted to it to form an "exotic atom" state akin to that of a hydrogen atom. The probability of the electron falling into the hole is limited by the difficulty of losing the excess energy, so that the exciton may have a relatively long life. The existence of these states may be inferred from the absorption of light associated with their excitation. Alternatively, an exciton may be thought of as an excited state of an atom or ion, the excitation wandering from one cell of the lattice to another. So what exactly did these researchers?

48. Creation Of Entanglement And Implementation Of Quantum Logic Gate Operations Usi
We then exploit the results to show how to create a maximally entangled state of two atoms and how to implement several Quantum logic gates a dualrail
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49. Experimental Realizations Of Quantum Logic
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50. IngentaConnect Grammar Theory Based On Quantum Logic
Motivated by Ying work on automata theory based on Quantum logic (Ying, M. S. (2000). Keywords Quantum logic; Quantum automata; Quantum grammar
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53. Quantum Logic Corporation Joins Microsoft Partner Research Panel
PR Microsoft Corporation Recruits Quantum logic Corporation into its Partner Research Panel. New York, NY (PRWEB) October 23, 2007 Quantum logic
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56. Measurement In Quantum Mechanics FAQ: Quantum Logic
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58. Quantum Logic | SOLO - Sense Of Life Objectivists
This Quantum logic was first studied by the mathematicians Garrett Birkoff and John von Neumann in a classic paper of 1936. By Quantum logic we mean Birkoff
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60. Foundations Of Computer Science - CQL_program
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