quantum, entanglement, neural computing
Efforts in combining quantum and neural computation are briefly discussed and the concept of entanglement as it applies to this subject is addressed. Entanglement is perhaps the least understood aspect of quantum systems used for computation, yet it is apparently most responsible for their computational power. This paper argues for the importance of understanding and utilizing entanglement in quantum neural computation.
Original Publication Citation
Dan Ventura, "On the Utility of Entanglement in Quantum Neural Computing", Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, pp. 1565-157, July 21.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Ventura, Dan A., "On the Utility of Entanglement in Quantum Neural Computing" (2001). All Faculty Publications. 567.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
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