01675aam a2200277 4500008004100000020001800041072000800059080002300067100001600090245002400106260003200130300001500162365001700177490003600194504003200230520080900262650001801071650001701089650003501106650002701141650002301168700001701191942001101208999001901219952015901238231017b2023 |||||||| |||| 00| 0 eng d a9781032206486 aCSE a530.145:004bBEZ-Q aBez, Helmut aQuantum computation bCRC Pressc2023aBoca Raton axx, 371 p. b7934.69cINR aAdvances in Applied Mathematics aIncludes index (p. 367-371) aQuantum Computation presents the mathematics of quantum computation. The purpose is to introduce the topic of quantum computing to students in computer science, physics, and mathematics who have no prior knowledge of this field. The book is written in two parts. The primary mathematical topics required for an initial understanding of quantum computation are dealt with in Part I: sets, functions, complex numbers, and other relevant mathematical structures from linear and abstract algebra. Topics are illustrated with examples focussing on the quantum computational aspects which will follow in more detail in Part II.Part II discusses quantum information, quantum measurement, and quantum algorithms. These topics provide foundations upon which more advanced topics may be approached with confidence. aVector spaces aGroup theory aQuantum information processing aLinear transformations aQuantum algorithms aCroft, Tony 2udccC c245600d245600 00102udc406530145004_BEZQ708GEN91061285aIITDbIITDcCLd2023-10-12e1821g6109.71l2o530.145:004 BEZ-Qp178548r2024-03-05s2024-01-16v7731.47yC