Re: quantum computing

N.G. du Bois (n.dubois@wxs.nl)
Mon, 6 Sep 1999 20:50:26 +0200 (MET DST)

Hi Martine,

Martine De Cock wrote:
>
> Is anyone familiar with quantum computing? I just learned a bit about
> q-bits. Could they be used as some kind of fuzzy hardware?

Whay I know is this. The investigators claim that with quantum computing
you can do more than 1 computation at a time.
So this way of computing is faster.
Nothing fuzzy about it. I learned that a lot still has to be proven.

I'm still looking for Bart Kosko's first book I promised you.
I think it is a nice book. But in Utrecht I cannot find it anymore.
I know your birthday is on 09-09-1999.
I ask everybody on comp.ai.fuzzy to look for it. Can someone send it to
you?
Now you need his other book too ;-)) But that will be for later.

Best regards,

Nico du Bois.

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