Definition of the bloch sphere dr joseph salfi

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Definition of the Bloch sphere Dr. Joseph Salfi EECE571S: Introduction to Quantum Computing
Quantum Information and Quantum Mechanics II Overview Quantum bits and Quantum registers Uncertainty relations Entanglement and Bell Inequalities Quantum bits Summary of this module Definition of a quantum bit. Definition of the Bloch sphere Geometric interpretation of probability amplitudes α and β in terms of angles on the Bloch sphere. Dr. Joseph Salfi EECE571S: Introduction to Quantum Computing
Quantum Information and Quantum Mechanics II Overview Quantum bits and Quantum registers Uncertainty relations Entanglement and Bell Inequalities EECE571S: Introduction to Quantum Computing Quantum Information: Quantum registers and Tensor product Dr. Joseph Salfi September 4, 2020 Dr. Joseph Salfi EECE571S: Introduction to Quantum Computing
Quantum Information and Quantum Mechanics II Overview Quantum bits and Quantum registers Uncertainty relations Entanglement and Bell Inequalities Quantum registers Now we extend the definition of qubits from a single qubit to multiple qubits. Dr. Joseph Salfi EECE571S: Introduction to Quantum Computing
Quantum Information and Quantum Mechanics II Overview Quantum bits and Quantum registers Uncertainty relations Entanglement and Bell Inequalities Quantum registers Now we extend the definition of qubits from a single qubit to multiple qubits. Question If we have two classical bits, what are the four possible states? Answer Dr. Joseph Salfi EECE571S: Introduction to Quantum Computing
Quantum Information and Quantum Mechanics II Overview Quantum bits and Quantum registers Uncertainty relations Entanglement and Bell Inequalities Quantum registers Now we extend the definition of qubits from a single qubit to multiple qubits. QuestionIf we have two classical bits, what are the fourpossible states? Dr. Joseph Salfi EECE571S: Introduction to Quantum Computing
Quantum Information and Quantum Mechanics II Overview Quantum bits and Quantum registers Uncertainty relations Entanglement and Bell Inequalities Quantum registers Now we extend the definition of qubits from a single qubit to multiple qubits. QuestionIf we have two classical bits, what are the fourpossible states? Dr. Joseph Salfi EECE571S: Introduction to Quantum Computing
Quantum Information and Quantum Mechanics II Overview Quantum bits and Quantum registers Uncertainty relations Entanglement and Bell Inequalities Quantum registers Now we extend the definition of qubits from a single qubit to multiple qubits.

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