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Tags: quantum computing; qubit; vector; matrix; spin; superposition; polarization; quantum cryptography; spooky action; circuits; algorithms; computational chemistry

Publisher: MIT Press

Published: 2019-02-22T00:00:00+00:00

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Quantum Computing for Everyone by Chris Bernhardt

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Classical Logic, Gates, and Circuits

In this chapter we briefly study classical computation, presenting the ideas in roughly chronological order. We start with boolean functions and logic, first introduced by George Boole in the late nineteenth century. In the 1930s, Claude Shannon studied boolean algebra and realized that boolean functions could be described using electrical switches. The electrical components that correspond to boolean functions are called logic gates. Composing boolean functions becomes the study of circuits involving these gates. We will begin by studying boolean functions in terms of logic; then we will show how to translate everything into circuits and gates. The material, up to this point, is now considered standard and is contained in every introductory computer science text. But after this we look at some ideas that are usually not part of the standard introduction.

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Author:Chris Bernhardt

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: quantum computing; qubit; vector; matrix; spin; superposition; polarization; quantum cryptography; spooky action; circuits; algorithms; computational chemistry

Publisher: MIT Press

Published: 2019-02-22T00:00:00+00:00

6

Classical Logic, Gates, and Circuits

In this chapter we briefly study classical computation, presenting the ideas in roughly chronological order. We start with boolean functions and logic, first introduced by George Boole in the late nineteenth century. In the 1930s, Claude Shannon studied boolean algebra and realized that boolean functions could be described using electrical switches. The electrical components that correspond to boolean functions are called logic gates. Composing boolean functions becomes the study of circuits involving these gates. We will begin by studying boolean functions in terms of logic; then we will show how to translate everything into circuits and gates. The material, up to this point, is now considered standard and is contained in every introductory computer science text. But after this we look at some ideas that are usually not part of the standard introduction.

In the 1970s, the Nobel Prize–winning physicist Richard Feynman became interested in computing and, for a few years in the early 1980s, he gave a course on computation at the California Institute of Technology. These lectures were eventually written up as Feynman Lectures on Computation. Feynman’s interest in computation was partly due to his interaction with Edward Fredkin and Fredkin’s idiosyncratic views of physics and computation. Fredkin believes that the universe is a computer, and that since the laws of physics are reversible we ought to study reversible computation and reversible gates. But even though Fredkin’s overarching thesis is not widely accepted in the physics community, he is recognized for having some brilliant and unconventional ideas. One of these is the billiard ball computer. Feynman’s book includes a discussion of reversible gates and shows how any computation can be performed by bouncing balls off one another.

We take Feynman’s approach. It turns out that reversible gates are exactly what we need for quantum computing. The billiard ball computer led Feynman to think of particles interacting instead of balls. It was the inspiration for his work on quantum computing, but we include it here mainly because of its sheer simplicity and ingenuity.

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