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 Title: Quantum Computing for the Quantum Curious
 Author(s) Ciaran Hughes, Joshua Isaacson, Anastasia Perry, Ranbel F. Sun, Jessica Turner
 Publisher: Springer; 1st ed. (March 23, 2022); eBook (Creative Commons Licensed)
 License(s): CC BY 4.0
 Paperback: 168 pages
 eBook: PDF (159 pages) and ePub
 Language: English
 ISBN10/ASIN: 3030616037/B08ZSFRP2K
 ISBN13: 9783030616038
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Book Description
This open access book makes Quantum Computing more accessible than ever before. A fastgrowing field at the intersection of physics and computer science, quantum computing promises to have revolutionary capabilities far surpassing “classical” computation. Getting a grip on the science behind the hype can be tough: at its heart lies quantum mechanics, whose enigmatic concepts can be imposing for the novice.
This classroomtested textbook uses simple language, minimal math, and plenty of examples to explain the three key principles behind quantum computers: superposition, quantum measurement, and entanglement. It then goes on to explain how this quantum world opens up a whole new paradigm of computing.
The book bridges the gap between popular science articles and advanced textbooks by making key ideas accessible with just high school physics as a prerequisite. Each unit is broken down into sections labelled by difficulty level, allowing the course to be tailored to the student’s experience of math and abstract reasoning. Problem sets and simulationbased labs of various levels reinforce the concepts described in the text and give the reader
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