Quantum Computing
Experiments and examples on quantum computers and simulators
This post deals with the topic of quantum gates NOT (X-Pauli) and C-NOT (Controlled NOT) and the underlying quantum phenomena involved; also illustrates the use of these gates by a high level language and finally it shows the respective behaviours both in the case of pure states only and in the presence of superposition states.
This post shows how to exploit the unpredictability of the measure of a qubit in an superposition state to generate a random number.
Quantum world has its own rules that are different from those of the macroscopic world and the best way to understand them is model them mathematically with the adjoint operators in Hilbert spaces.