Computations via experiments with kinematic systems (2004)

by E. J. Beggs , J. V. Tucker , Singleton Park
Citations:14 - 4 self

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11 Can Newtonian systems, bounded in space, time, mass and energy compute all functions? – E. J. Beggs, J. V. Tucker
12345efghi UNIVERSITY OF WALES SWANSEA REPORT SERIES – E. J. Beggs, J. V. Tucker
20 Hypercomputation and the Physical Church-Turing Thesis – Paolo Cotogno - 2003
389 Simulating Physics with Computers – Richard Feynman, Peter W. Shor - 1982
876 Polynomial-Time Algorithms for Prime Factorization and Discrete Logarithms on a Quantum Computer – Peter W. Shor - 1997
20 Introduction to Quantum Algorithms – Peter W. Shor - 2001
16 Quantum Computation – Dorit Aharonov - 1999
200 Elementary Gates for Quantum Computation – Adriano Barenco, Charles H. Bennett, Richard Cleve, David P. DiVincenzo, Norman Margolus, Peter Shor, Tycho Sleator, John Smolin, Harald Weinfurter - 1995
7 Quantum algorithmic information theory – K. Svozil - 1996
14 Experimental computation of real numbers by Newtonian machines – E. J. Beggs, J. V. Tucker - 2006
11 The Broad Conception Of Computation – B. Jack Copeland - 1997
Quantum Computation: A Computer Science Perspective – Anders K. H. Bengtsson - 2005
17 Computational complexity of uniform quantum circuit families and quantum Turing machines – Harumichi Nishimura, Masanao Ozawa - 1999
6 Hierarchy and equivalence of multi-letter quantum finite automata – Daowen Qiu - 2008
4 Analysis of quantum functions – Tomoyuki Yamakami - 1999
1 Local Transition Functions of Qunatum Turing Machines ∗ – Masanao Ozawa, Harumichi Nishumura - 2000
49 A lambda calculus for quantum computation – André Van Tonder
4 Decoherence, Control and Symmetry in Quantum Computers – Dave Morris Bacon - 2001
Contents – Karl Svozil - 2008