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In this book I discuss an approach to quantum computation where the basic information units (qubits and quregisters) are replaced by density operators and the restriction to unitary operators as logical gates is lifted through the introduction of the more general concept of quantum operation. This perspective is especially suited to provide a physical description of open systems. In particular, we illustrate the advantages of this approach over the standard one and show that it can account for two important irreversible transformations already considered in the literature: the irreversible …mehr

Produktbeschreibung
In this book I discuss an approach to quantum computation where the basic information units (qubits and quregisters) are replaced by density operators and the restriction to unitary operators as logical gates is lifted through the introduction of the more general concept of quantum operation. This perspective is especially suited to provide a physical description of open systems. In particular, we illustrate the advantages of this approach over the standard one and show that it can account for two important irreversible transformations already considered in the literature: the irreversible conjunction IAND and the fuzzy-like ukasiewicz disjunction. The introduction of these new transformations allow us to investigate about the possibility to obtain reasonable conequences on the problem of university in quantum computation.
Autorenporträt
I am Giuseppe Sergioli. I was born in Syracuse, Sicily, in 1979. I studied Theoretical Physics at the University of Catania and I got my Ph.D. in History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Cagliari (Sardinia). I¿m currently researching in the context of Quantum Logic and Quantum Computing.