An introduction to one-way quantum computing in distributed architectures
by Earl T. Campbell, Joseph Fitzsimons
Publisher: arXiv 2009
Number of pages: 42
This review provides a gentle introduction to one-way quantum computing in distributed architectures. One-way quantum computation shows significant promise as a computational model for distributed systems, particularly those architectures which rely on probabilistic entangling operations. We review the theoretical underpinnings of one-way quantum computation and discuss the practical issues related to exploiting the one-way model in distributed architectures.
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