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Quantum Computing Project Inquiry [duplicate]

I am wondering if there is a way to get advice\feedback here about the following: I am about to start a MS physics program. I am interested in quantum computing and my department has the option of ...
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Any tips on where to start learning quantum computing? [duplicate]

I am very interested in this field right now, due to the quantum advantage and would like some helpful nudges in the right direction i.e. where should I start from. P.S: I have some background in ...
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Opportunities in quantum computing for an undergrad [duplicate]

I am currently an undergrad student in computer engineering in Brazil and I have taken the Quantum mechanics subject as well as I am did a project (the two jupyter notebooks, it's in portuguese though)...
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Recommended resources for starter in quantum computing and its eventual applications on machine learning [duplicate]

A growing interest in Quantum Computing -particularly in its eventual applications on Machine Learning- has taken over me and I would like to follow that path. I have strong Maths (Calculus, ...
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Resources to study quantum algorithms and quantum complexity

I have a computer science background, and I'm interested in studying 'quantum algorithms' and anything that is related like 'quantum complexity'. I would like to have all important resources that is ...
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Advantage of Hadamard gate over rotation about the X axis for creating superpositions

When I look at most circuits (admittedly small sample as I'm a beginner), the Hadamard gate is used a lot to prepare a superposition from say the $\mid0\rangle$ state. But upon a little reflection, we ...
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Does a study guide exist that starts from a "purely CS background" and advances towards "making a new quantum programming language"?

I am from a computer science background and I find it difficult to decide on the resources I should focus on while learning quantum computing, since there is so much to read/watch. My ultimate goal is ...
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What are the basics needed to learn quantum computing?

I was very inspired by Michio Kaku's explanation on the possibilities of quantum computing and also listening to Talia Gershon's talk on it. As I come from a business & analytics background, ...
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How do quantum states collapse to the right answer?

I am a computer engineer and have recently started understanding quantum computers. I am still struggling to wrap my head around some concepts. One such query is the following - It is said that ...
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Resources for learning quantum computing from an undergraduate physics perspective

I am a physics and math undergraduate and I want to learn quantum computing mainly I want to try doing research. Are there any resources online courses or books or websites? I not familiar with the ...
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Getting started with quantum computing from a computer science perspective [duplicate]

I started this book on quantum computing (Nielsen and Chuang). I have gone through the first chapter but I need to really understand the concepts; what should I do? Should I cover some background ...
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