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  1. Feb 24,  · Abstract: After a pedagogical introduction to the concept of resonance in classical and quantum mechanics, some interesting applications are discussed. The subject includes resonances occurring as one of the effects of radiative reaction, the resonances involved in the refraction of electromagnetic waves by a medium with a complex refractive index, and quantum decaying systems .

  2. In this thesis I explore the connection between geometry and quantum entanglement, in the context of holographic duality, where entanglement entropies in a quantum eld theory are associated with the areas of surfaces in a dual gravitational theory.

  3. Quantum mechanically, it's important, and it can change the final probability. That's what I mean by the interference effects. OK, so let's make all this much more explicit. So far I've just given you philosophy, and you should be deeply suspicious of philosophy in a physics classroom. So, again, to be explicit, a quantum bit, or qubit, is.

  4. The quantum version of entanglement is essentially the same phenomenon—that is, lack of independence. In quantum theory, states are described by mathematical objects called wave functions.

  5. May 04,  · Quantum entanglement is one of the weirdest and coolest phenomena in physics, but it's absolutely not a method for sending messages faster than light, for subtle and complicated reasons.

  6. Bernstein/Vazirani; polynomial Superpolynomial quantum-classical separation Ethan Bernstein and Umesh Vazirani. Quantum complexity theory. In Proc. 25th STOC, pages 11–20, Kitaev Abelian hidden subgroup problem A. Yu. Kitaev. Quantum measurements and the Abelian stabilizer problem, arXiv:quant-ph/,

  7. Aug 26,  · Researchers create a quantum entanglement between two physically separated ultra-cold atomic clouds. May 17, Tracking down the mystery of .

  8. Get this from a library! Electron spin resonance (ESR) based quantum computing. [Takeji Takui; Lawrence J Berliner; Graeme Hanson;] -- This book addresses electron spin-qubit based quantum computing and quantum information processing with a strong focus on the background and applications to EPR/ESR techniques and spectroscopy. It.

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