**Quantum Computation**

by John Watrous

**Publisher**: University of Calgary 2006**Number of pages**: 139

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Topics: Overview of quantum information; Superdense coding, quantum circuits, and partial measurements; Quantum Teleportation; A simple searching algorithm; Simon's algorithm; Arithmetic / number-theoretic problems; Phase estimation; Order finding; Grover's Algorithm; Quantum error correction; Quantum Key Distribution; Impossibility of Quantum Bit Commitment; Bell inequalities and nonlocality; Quantum communication complexity; Quantum computational complexity.

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