Quantum entanglement, quantum measurement and quantum computing
报告简介：This series of lectures have three parts. In the first part, I’ll review the two basic features of quantum entanglement: correlation at distance and the loss of self-identity. I’ll stress that quantum entanglement is a quantum phenomenon that is independent of Planck constant. In the second part, I’ll discuss quantum measurement with emphasis on Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle and how measurement can be
regarded as a special form of quantum entanglement. The latter is inspired by Everett’s theory of many-worlds. In the last part, I’ll first introduce quantum computer and its relation to classical computer, and then introduce quantum algorithm and use an example illustrating how to design quantum algorithm with Hamiltonian.
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