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August 13th, 2003

Quantum computer keeps it simple

Researchers from the University of Oxford and University College London in England have proposed a type of quantum computer that could greatly simplify the way qubits interact. The scheme allows qubits to be constantly connected to each other instead of repeatedly connected and disconnected, and it allows a computer's qubits to be controlled all at once.


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