4.3.2 Additional reading

Course subject(s) Module 4: The power of simulation

  • On this Wikipedia page an introduction to Hamiltonians as used in Quantum Mechanics can be found.
  • A YouTube video on why calculations on Hamiltonians can be complex.
  • In the paper fromAlan Aspuru-Guzik, Anthony D. Dutoi, Peter J. Love and Martin Head-Gordon (2005) Simulated Quantum Computation of Molecular Energies in: Science, vol. 309, issue 5741, pp. 1704-1707the authors show a proof of concept.
  • this paper: PARSONS, Donald Frederick. Possible Medical and Biomedical Uses of Quantum Computing. NeuroQuantology, [S.l.], v. 9, n. 3, sep. 2011. ISSN 1303-5150. Available at: <https://www.neuroquantology.com/index.php/journal/article/view/412>. Date accessed: 22 Aug. 2018. doi:10.14704/nq.2011.9.3.412. is another interesting read on possible applications of quantum computing in medicine and other biomedical subjects.
  • A proposal from 2009 on blind quantum computation can be found here.
  • It also has already been demonstrated in this paper.
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