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Let us look at each observation and question in perspective. Before delving deep into the questions, please let me share a few reference architecture diagrams on the components of a quantum computer. We need to review the mentioned observations and understandings from a practical implementation vantage point. When we consider the quantum realm in its ...


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Let me for starters address your last comment: Research validating superposition of colors as a Qubit (if not a Qutrit) Computing basis- https://physics.aps.org/articles/v9/135 This has absolutely nothing to do with the problem at hand. That paper talks about how to generate photons with two frequencies, it has nothing to do with how states can be ...


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I think you would benefit from realizing that quantum gates are an abstraction of the actual operations that we perform on qubits. Just as a qubit is an abstraction (a mathematical model to describe the state of a two-level quantum mechanical system) a quantum (logical) gate is a mathematical construct that we use in the study of quantum algorithms & ...


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We can physically realise Quantum Randomness using Quantum Random Number Generators which harness quantum randomness through various processes such as boson sampling. When you look at a physical implementation of Quantum Randomness from Quantum Circuits, Hadamard transforms on Qubits would be an interesting approach. In addition, we can try techniques such ...


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