1 July 1997 Nonclassical logics for quantum computations
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The possibility of basing quantum computations on the laws of genuine quantum (non-Boolean) logic is shown. We investigate the new options provided by this approach and consider its relevance to the existing computational problems. A simple example of quantum adding machine that works according to this idea is studied. This example shows that the proposed new way of making quantum computations in the natural way utilizes `probabilistic' (or `fuzzy') features of quantum objects and allows to deal with non- exact data.
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Jaroslav Pykacz, Jaroslav Pykacz, Roman R. Zapatrin, Roman R. Zapatrin, } "Nonclassical logics for quantum computations", Proc. SPIE 3076, Photonic Quantum Computing, (1 July 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.277649; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.277649
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