Quantum Computing

2016-2017 Summer
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Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences
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Quantum Computing
Bits are the simplest present units of information, Measuring a bit results in a one certain value from two possibility (true or false) no matter they are in a classical computer or quantum computer. We store and process data by using bits in classical computing. There are two possibilities which a bit can exist : 1 and 0. These 1s and 0s are manipulated for particular reasons by logic gates. Then we get a result as a result of this process. Quantum computers can solve problems much faster than classical ones in the sense that for quantum algorithms the number of operations is much smaller in comparison to their classical counterparts.