The papers were peer reviewed.Quantum communications, measurement and computing embodies the fledgling science of quantum information. It applies quantum physics to tackle the challenges of next generation information processing. The conference was the seventh in the series. These proceedings describe papers presented at the meeting and represent the forefront of current research. Topics include: quantum communication, measurement, quantum computation, entanglement, quantum cryptography, sources of quantum states, time, as well as dissipation and decoherence.The Seventh International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing Stephen M. Barnett, Erika Andersson, John Jeffers, Patrik Ahberg, Osamu ...  It turns out that we cannot drop vectors that belong to only one edge from orthogonal triads ... (viii) The class of all remaining (non-KS) vectors from Jffaquot; we get so as to first filter out all the MMP diagrams that do have 0 -1 states.
|Title||:||Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing|
|Author||:||Stephen M. Barnett, Erika Andersson, John Jeffers, Patrik Öhberg, Osamu Hirota|
|Publisher||:||American Inst. of Physics - 2004-11-19|