APPLICATION OF DECISION DIAGRAMS TO DESIGN QUANTUM LOGIC CIRCUITS
Joyshree Nath*1, Asoke Nath2
Department of Computer Science St. Xavierâs College (Autonomous) Kolkata, India
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Quantum computing is the theory of quantum bits, or qubits, and their associated linear transformations. A quantum computer is more powerful than classical computers, with the problems being solvable. Quantum computing is expected to play an increasingly important role in building more compact and less power-consuming computers. Quantum Computing has emerged to be a very effective field where numerous scientists are doing research in this area. It is true that quantum computing system is now in its initial theoretical state, a lot of aspects of this logic has been proposed by scientists over the years. Quantum computing promises to compute a whole set of intractable problems easily and within a very small amount of time. From binary to multi-valued logic quantum computing systems have a lot of properties to be explored, but mainly theoretically and not in a form of some tangible hardware logic. In the present study the authors have made a thorough study of the properties of binary and multi-valued quantum logic along with the impact of Quantum Information Decision Diagram (QUIDD), Quantum Multi-Valued Decision Diagrams in quantum logic.