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 Title: Learn Quantum Computation using Qiskit
 Contributors Amira Abbas, Elias F. Combarro, et al.
 Publisher: Qiskit.org
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 eBook: HTML and YouTube
 Language: English
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Book Description
This is a free digital textbook that will teach you the concepts of Quantum Computing while you learn to use the Qiskit SDK.
This textbook is a university quantum algorithms/computation course supplement based on Qiskit to help learn:
 The mathematics behind quantum algorithms
 Details about today's nonfaulttolerant quantum devices
 Writing code in Qiskit to implement quantum algorithms on IBM's cloud quantum systems
This textbook is built on a jupyter notebook framework that allows for easy reading, but it also allows readers to edit and run the code right in the textbook. The chapters can also be opened as Jupyter notebooks in the IBM Quantum Experience, no installs required!
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 General and Popular Science
 Learn Quantum Computation using Qiskit (Amira Abbas, et al.)
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