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It may be possible to send many different clock frequencies into an fpga. Then the vertical lines in the graph of a square wave would bunch up, and the singularities would disappear. Also, you have two levels in a square wave, so in the bunched up areas, it would be considered two choices in the algorithm that can be split, a classic way of saying that it ...


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"What feature of a quantum algorithm makes it better than its classical counterpart?" First, a classical algorithm can be thought of a quantum algorithm that makes no use of quantum superpositions. Therefore a quantum algorithm can be at least as good as its classical counterpart. No classical algorithm can be "better" than quantum algorithms can do, ...


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