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# Tag: Quantum Theory

## Superposition

Superposition is a fundamental principle in quantum mechanics that describes the ability of quantum systems to exist in multiple states simultaneously until they are measured. In other words, a quantum system can be in a combination, or superposition, of different states at the same time. This concept contrasts with classical physics, where an object typically… Continue reading Superposition

## The Mathematics of Quantum Mechanics (Concepts of Physics)

In this book we expose the mathematics for quantum mechanics. The main topics are: vectors, ket and bra space, properties and operations, product for a scalar, internal product between ket and bra, norm and Schwarz inequality, orthogonality, operators and their operations, operator acting on kets as a measure of an observable for a physical state,… Continue reading The Mathematics of Quantum Mechanics (Concepts of Physics)

## Essential Mathematics for Quantum Computing

Essential Mathematics for Quantum Computing: A beginner’s guide to just the math you need without needless complexities by Leonard S. Woody III (Author) Book Description Quantum computing is an exciting subject that offers hope to solve the world’s most complex problems at a quicker pace. It is being used quite widely in different spheres of… Continue reading Essential Mathematics for Quantum Computing