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Quantum superposition
Quantum superposition Quantum superposition is the application of the superposition principle to quantum mechanics. The superposition ...
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Quantum superposition   (translated from Russian)
Quantum superposition Kva?ntovaya superpozi?tsiya (coherent superposition) - this is the superposition of the states, which cannot be realized ... classical point of view, this is the superposition of alternative (conflicting) states.
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Quantum superposition   (translated from Spanish)
Quantum superposition Quantum superposition it is the application of superposition principle to mecánica quantum . It happens ...
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Talk:Quantum superposition
Talk:Quantum superposition Is superposition native to any specific interpretation of quantum mechanics? How does the Kopenhagen and the Many-worlds interpretation deal with superposition respectively? -FredrikM kauss-at-aland.net
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Superposition
Superposition The term superposition can have several meanings: Quantum superposition Law of superposition in geology and archaeology Superposition principle ...
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Superposition   (translated from German)
Superposition Under Superposition (lat. super = over; positio = layer, setting, position ... one generally understands an overlay. In that Quantum physics means superposition (quantum superposition) the overlay of two or ...
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Superposition   (translated from French)
Superposition In mecanic quantum , the principle of superposition is when a particle is in two quantum states different at the same time. For ...
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Quantum information   (translated from German)
Quantum information Under Quantum information one understands in quantum-mechanical Systems existing Information , not with the ... be described can. The theory of the quantum information supplies the basis for Quantum computer , Quantum cryptography and others Quantum ...
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Quantum computer
Quantum computer Molecule of alanine used in NMR ... by spin states of carbon atoms. A quantum computer is any device for computation that makes direct use of distinctively quantum mechanical phenomena, such as superposition and entanglement, to perform operations on data ... data is measured by bits; in a quantum computer, it is measured by qubits. ...
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Superposition principle   (translated from German)
Superposition principle Table of contents Mathematics In that Mathematik that means Superposition principlethat one Linearkombination of solutions of one ... math> with arbitrary Koeffizienten . This becomes as Superposition or superposition principle designates. The same applies to solutions ... vec{F_n} up. One calls this Superposition principle or also Overlapping principle the ...
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