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Handbook of Quantum Information

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Handbook of Quantum Information

Publisher: Quantiki
Number of pages: 516

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The Handbook of Quantum Information is an encyclopedia of everything quantum. Sections: Mathematical Structure; Quantum States; Evolution and Operations; Entanglement; Quantum Information Theory; Quantum Discord; Quantum Communication; Quantum Cryptography; Quantum Computation; Quantum Algorithms; Quantum Error Correction; Quantum Ladder; Physical Realisations.

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