Quantum mechanical computers
Part VI. Invited Papers Dedicated To John Archibald Wheeler
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The physical limitations, due to quantum mechanics, on the functioning of computers are analyzed.
KeywordsQuantum Mechanic Physical Limitation Mechanical Computer Quantum Mechanical Computer
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