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What would be an informative introduction to quantum computing software?
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I have not read it yet, however I don't imagine there is a better introduction than Quantum Computing for Babies

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What are the possible ways to visualise large, entangled states?
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In Verifying Genuine High-Order Entanglement the following graphs represent entangled qudits In an answer to 'Alternative to Bloch sphere to represent a single qubit' @Rob references Majorana ...

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Are there emulators for quantum networks?
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Is it possible to emulate a quantum network over a classic network? Yes. The following projects are currently available: SimulaQron SimulaQron is a distributed simulation of the end nodes in a ...

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Are quantum computers just a variant on Analog computers of the 50's & 60's that many have never seen nor used?
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Have we fallen into the same 'everything digital' bandwagon trap that keeps recurring? What I have noticed is more the 'everything binary' bandwagon trap; which reminds me of the Grandma's cooking ...

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Can a merchant who accepts a knot-based quantum coin mint her own knot-based coin?
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How would the market determine the value of a quantum coin, potentially from different merchants or minters? tl;dr: by trading! Disclaimer: I am working on a startup that is addressing this problem ...

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Can quantum money be reliably "burned?"
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If each coin is entangled w/ the ledger, burning a coin via measuring it in the 'burn' (or 'wrong') basis would create an update in the ledger which could then be verified by anyone who had access to ...

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Will Moore's Law be no longer effective once quantum computers are created?
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The quantum equivalent of Moore's Law is Rose's Law which states that "the number of qubits in a scalable quantum computing architecture should double every year." The prediction was made by Geordie ...

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What is a Bacon-Shor code and what is its significance?
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Shor Code Can detect and correct arbitrary single qubit errors, but if there are 2 or more single qubit errors before a correction round, the correction will fail. -Intuition for Shor code failure ...

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