Synthesis of Quantum Circuits vs. Synthesis of Classical Reversible Circuits

Synthesis of Quantum Circuits vs. Synthesis of Classical Reversible Circuits

English | 2018 | ISBN: 1681733811, 168173379X | 126 Pages | PDF | 1,5 MB

At first sight, quantum computing is completely different from classical computing. Nevertheless, a link is provided by reversible computation.

Whereas an arbitrary quantum circuit, acting on

About the Author
Alexis De Vos is an electrical engineer, physicist, and doctor in applied sciences and graduated from the Universiteit Gent (Belgium). He is currently a part-time professor in the Department of Electronics of the Universiteit Gent. His research is concerned with material science (polymers, semiconductors, metals, liquid crystals), microelectronics (thin films, chips, neural networks, reversible circuits), and energy sciences (thermodynamics, solar energy, endoreversible engines). He is author of the books Thermodynamics of Solar Energy Conversion (Wiley-VCH, 2008) and Reversible Computing (Wiley-VCH, 2010). He designed and produced several prototype integrated circuits for reversible computers such as adders, multipliers, and linear transformers. He currently investigates quantum computing.

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