Abstract

COJ Electronics & Communications

Natural Limitations of Quantum Computing

  • Open or Close Fayez Fok Al Adeh*

    President, The Syrian Cosmological Society, Syria

    *Corresponding author: Fayez Fok Al Adeh, President of the Syrian Cosmological Society, Damascus Syria

Submission: August 14,2018; Published: October 25, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/COJEC.2018.01.000511

ISSN 2640-9739
Volume1 Issue3

Abstract

It is a basic principle of quantum computing to leave the quantum computer to itself without any outside intervention while processing prepared states of data (prepared according to quantum rules). Accordingly, we must probe the micro world replacing all the components of the theoretical quantum algorithm, including the necessary time ticks, with events of the micro world. This amalgamation with the micro world provides a guarantee that the quantum processing will be totally isolated from the outside world. The whole theoretical quantum algorithm will be immersed in the micro world and become part of it.

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