Monday, April 1, 2013


Discussion H3
Lesson: Qubits

Stated in Discussion: Intro A3:
A bit is either in the zero position or the one position. Bits are the intellectual life-blood of computing. The physical nature of Qubits goes beyond just one and zero. In Quantum Physics the Theory of Entanglement states that one particle can exist in two separate and distant places at the same time. Its application in Quantum Computing is that when both the zero and the one are active at the same time, in separate and distant places, they are called Qubits. Qubits have the potential of exponentially increasing the power of computing. This research when born into fruition is a quantum leap forward in computing.
For a deeper understanding, please go to our previous hicapv blog from August 23, 2012 entitled: Quantum Computing Qubits-Revisited

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