Quantum Computing for Everyone (MIT Press)
Friday, 28 June 2019

This book aims to offer an accessible introduction to quantum computing, explaining topics including qubits, entanglement, and quantum teleportation for the general reader. Author Chris Bernhardt  simplifies the mathematics as much as he can and provides elementary examples that illustrate both how the math works and what it means. The book defines quantum gates, considers the speed of quantum algorithms, and describes the building of quantum computers.

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Author: Chris Bernhardt
Publisher: MIT Press
Date: March 2019
Pages: 216
ISBN: 978-0262039253
Print: 0262039257
Kindle: B07P7KN23F
Audience: People interested in quantum computing
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Artificial Intelligence

 

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