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A Possibility of Application of Wave Flow Method for Visualization of Shor States

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The present work provides a brief analysis of experimental investigations related to quantum computer creation. The first step to the real quantum creation could be visualization of Shor states. Such visualization is based on the use of the phenomenon of the secondary wave generated by incident electromagnetic irradiation on the object which undergoes screening. This electromagnetic irradiation under certain conditions can be transformed into waves of other type, for example, surface plazmons. The massif from n quantum objects generating secondary irradiation, in principle, can be considered as a route to materialization on Shor cells. In such a way, a system of q-bites of quantum computer can be realized.

 

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V. Voronov, "A Possibility of Application of Wave Flow Method for Visualization of Shor States," International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences, Vol. 6 No. 12, 2013, pp. 485-488. doi: 10.4236/ijcns.2013.612051.

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