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23 July 2003 Quantum neural technology and controllable quantum gates
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Proceedings Volume 5128, First International Symposium on Quantum Informatics; (2003) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.517894
Event: First International Symposium on Quantum Informatics, 2002, Lipki, Russian Federation
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Quantum neural technology is a hypothetical but promising new field of informatics, which combines together the main ideas of both quantum and neural computing. There is a hope that this combination can resolve many problems of already existing classical neural technology, and also can give new opportunities to future quantum computing. Comparing with classical neural technology its quantum analog can enhance dramatically the capacity of neural modesl of associative memory, to facilitate the creation of neural hardware by eliminating the wiring problem, etc. On the other hand, as it will be argued in presented paper, quantum neural system can be used for realization of controllable quantum gates, which can be used in quantum computers, and in particular, in so-called type-II quantum computers.
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Alexandr A. Ezhov "Quantum neural technology and controllable quantum gates", Proc. SPIE 5128, First International Symposium on Quantum Informatics, (23 July 2003); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.517894
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