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Quantum computing is the area of study focused on the development and developing computer technologies based on the quantum theory. The quantum theory is a theory which explains the nature and behaviour of energy and matter on a quantum (atomic and subatomic) level. Over time...

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In our world, there are rules that govern the way we study science. There are also groups of people who doubt those rules and replace them with the idea of chance. Chance is the capacity for something to happen truly randomly, in a way that...

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What is Quantum Mechanics? Asking this question reminded me of a confusing idea created by some theoretical physicists from Europe over one hundred years ago. After researching further so that I now understand it to a considerable degree, the idea of it being ridiculously confusing...

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The most important concept to understand when working with quantum mechanics, is that nothing is precise. SInce everything is in a state of superimposed, the following concepts would be metaphysics. There is no true understanding to quantum mechanics, we are only working with probabilities and...

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The idea behind quantum computing is to resolve problems in various domains of mathematics, physics, chemistry etc. They are mainly deployed to perform operations that are super complex in nature and are beyond the computing of conventional computers. They basically work with the technology of...

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Introduction As part of finishing my Middle Years Programme of the International Baccalaureate, I must complete a self-conducted project named the Personal Project on Year 5. For this project, I have decided to inquire about the relations between two different aspects of learning; Quantum Mechanics...

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So what do we really know about Schrodinger’s Cat? Most recently, this cat has been featured in memes on the Internet, depicting the cat as a zombie. I originally understood the term to reference an experiment where a cat was in a box and you...

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Introduction Artificial Intelligence, robotics, communication gadgets and Exabytes of information are stored in world’s data centers. We humans have achieved some tremendous amount of success in the field of Information and Communication Technology, or say ICT. This will surely give goosebumps to any curious geek....

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One of Albert Einstein’s most famous quotes is, “God does not play dice with the universe.”But there are two huge errors in the way many people have interpreted this quote over the years. People have wrongly assumed Einstein was religious, believed in destiny, or that...

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One of the major and important developments in quantum computing is the quantum game theory. Be it classical game theory or quantum mechanics; quantum game theory has implications in both of them. However, there is no exact similarity between the classical game theory and the...