by Daniel Reitzner, Daniel Nagaj, Vladimir Buzek
Publisher: arXiv 2012
Number of pages: 124
This tutorial article showcases the many varieties and uses of quantum walks. Discrete time quantum walks are introduced as counterparts of classical random walks. The emphasis is on the connections and differences between the two types of processes (with rather different underlying dynamics) for producing random distributions.
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