8 May 2003 High-speed quantum-computing emulator utilizing a dedicated processor
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Proceedings Volume 5115, Noise and Information in Nanoelectronics, Sensors, and Standards; (2003); doi: 10.1117/12.497085
Event: SPIE's First International Symposium on Fluctuations and Noise, 2003, Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
A quantum computer is highly promising and widely studied since it enables a much higher calculation speed than current computers. Due to physical limitations, however, the current quantum computer can only solve much smaller scale problems than conventional computers. In order to process a large-scale problem at high speed, we have been studying a quantum computing emulator utilizing semiconductor memories. As a result, we have realized a dedicated processor that solves search problems, such as the satisfiability problem, at much higher speed than current computers. Consequently, without using "quantum process," the possibility of a quantum computer executing a large-scale problem is shown.
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Minoru Fujishima, Koichiro Hoh, "High-speed quantum-computing emulator utilizing a dedicated processor", Proc. SPIE 5115, Noise and Information in Nanoelectronics, Sensors, and Standards, (8 May 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.497085; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.497085


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