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Quantum Computing: Fundamentals, Implementations and Applications

H. A. Bhat, F. A. Khanday, B. K. Kaushik, F. Bashir, K. A. Shah
2022 IEEE Open Journal of Nanotechnology  
Therefore, in this research note an effort has been made to introduce the various aspects of quantum computing to researchers, quantum engineers and scientists.  ...  Recent developments in each realization, in the context of the DiVincenzo criteria, including ion traps based quantum computing, superconducting quantum computing, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) quantum  ...  Although with an extremely limited coherence time (1 ns), this experiment promoted to the development of superconductorbased devices in laboratories around the world.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ojnano.2022.3178545 fatcat:uyzhqc42yfa37irztpabqtwph4

Native Hordes: An Experiment In Active Disobedience

Moiya A.S. McTier
2016 Zenodo  
In this paper, we report the stellar, planetary, and orbital properties of this system.  ...  We assert that, with an equilibrium temperature of 978±49K, EPIC does not reside in the habitable zone of its host star.  ...  We had barely set foot on the floor of the cavern before someone in an outlandish and revealing shimmering blue outfit thrust a tall, thin drink in each of our hands.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.50095 fatcat:e7vzqppi25eidp42qdrgbjw67m

Denial of Wallet – Defining a Looming Threat to Serverless Computing [article]

Daniel Kelly, Frank G. Glavin, Enda Barrett
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Serverless computing is the latest paradigm in cloud computing, offering a framework for the development of event driven, pay-as-you-go functions in a highly scalable environment.  ...  We include some simulated experiments to highlight the potential financial damage that such attacks can cause and the creation of an isolated test bed for continued safe research on these attacks.  ...  Their experimental setup of a mock application that they then attacked with real DoS tools served as inspiration for the experimental setup devised in this paper (see Section 6) .  ... 
arXiv:2104.08031v2 fatcat:qyv57orjnzfijgv2ope3tklnye

Travelling through time

Stephen Siklos
1979 Nature  
The author's own contribution consists of an explanation of deja-vu experiences, all forms of dreams, and reincarnation in terms of ,travel "sideways in time" .  ...  The description of Stonehenge as an astronomical computer, which opens section I, -is typical.  ... 
doi:10.1038/279655a0 fatcat:r6razabrh5bbvgpjkjfyoimebu

An introduction to a theory on the role of π-electrons of docosahexaenoic acid in brain function

MA Crawford, M Thabet, Y Wang
2018 Oilseeds and fats, crops and lipids  
Orch-OR operates in principle in protein tubules of neurons. This concept is non-computational and has received much attention with a convincing advocacy and its share of criticism.  ...  Some consider super position and collapse as the computational mechanism.  ...  We thank Wellohi for finance to help in the writing of this paper and Samuel Levine for his prompting and encouragement.  ... 
doi:10.1051/ocl/2018010 fatcat:oy2ipqnijfbetjxhxy6ulgeadu

Written in the Stars

Sara Seager
2012 Astrobiology  
Because of the huge diversity of exoplanets (both for planetary systems and for individual exoplanet mass, size, atmosphere, and orbital parameters) I like to end each day with the thought ''In exoplanets  ...  With each one of his several planet candidates having an estimated 10% probability to transit, I thought Dave might have the first transiting planet in hand without knowing it.  ... 
doi:10.1089/ast.2011.0725 pmid:22269062 fatcat:meykkwtfvfawnklb2cgfdhr7xq

Getting its from bits

Frank Wilczek
1999 Nature  
The experimental evidence for this behaviour is now quite firm 4 , as you can see in Fig. 1 .  ...  A chain of thought extending over two millennia links this idea to the inspirations of Kepler.  ...  An entirely different approach is necessary.  ... 
doi:10.1038/16818 fatcat:ek6wkt52qfa6xdl2glb3ukrezq

What Counts as Literature? [chapter]

2019 Orbital Poetics : Literature, Theory, World  
It would also have been seen as having something foreign or outlandish about it.  ...  According to Badiou, the not-one as Ø or pure multiplicity is not revealed in the world of knowledge or experience.  ... 
doi:10.5040/9781350075115.ch-003 fatcat:6tng4weq7jgs3buttcooper3g4

The reel of consciousness

John Cornwell
2013 Brain  
The question harked back to Alan Turing's thought experiment about how one might tell the difference between an actual person and a well-programmed computer sending messages from behind a screen.  ...  point of view: that there is something that it is like, in other words, for the sun, earth and moon to be in orbital progress through space.  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/awt245 fatcat:a2g3dbmpjffnhoipym5gbuuhiu

Interstellar Overdrive

Paul Sutter
2021 Inference: International Review of Science  
: all manner of intentions and capabilities can be attributed to an intelligent extraterrestrial actor in order to plug a hole in a theory or explain away mysteries, no matter how outlandish, convoluted  ...  Loeb, it should be noted, has comparatively little experience studying similarly sized objects in the solar system.  ... 
doi:10.37282/991819.21.68 fatcat:ah2gmk62bzeuzfp4iz7zqxt4se

Quantum Physics and Spirituality

2016 International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)  
And as this theory kicked in to the huge scientific world, it has been widely embraced by many scientific leaders worldwide.  ...  This helped him find some sort of absurdity in the thought process of the system. Schrödinger introduced the term Verschränkung which means entanglement while developing the thought experiment.  ...  In the basic configuration of this experiment, there is an even 50% chance it'll go through either slit, and if we're observing the slits then the experimental results will match that will further distribute  ... 
doi:10.21275/art20162986 fatcat:44oxiie4snfilppgblwgnlprvu

Sleeping Beauties in Chemistry. Oosterhoff, Havinga and Schlatmann: Four Years Before "The Woodward‐Hoffmann Rules" † **

Jeffrey I. Seeman
2022 The chemical record  
While these precedents refer to orbital symmetry and explain either electrocyclic reactions (Luitzen Oosterhoff, cited by Egbert Havinga and Jos Schlatmann in Tetrahedron in 1961) or some cycloaddition  ...  Even Woodward and Hoffmann were unaware of these precedents (though Hoffmann knew of Fukui's frontier orbital theory) until after they had completed the relevant portions of their work.  ...  Havinga and Oosterhoff as well as many aspects of events in the early 1960s in Havinga's research group.  ... 
doi:10.1002/tcr.202100245 pmid:35234330 fatcat:vjsunowx3vhmvhxavpmynlwysm

A Review Paper on Analysis and Extraction of Geographic Information from Satellite Image

Karishma Patle
2019 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
A specific piece of scene reflecting more vitality will seem brilliant while an alternate piece of a similar scene that reflecting less vitality will seem dark.  ...  Satellite pictures are recorded in computerized structures and after that handled by the PCs to remove data. Varieties in the scene attributes are spoken to as varieties in splendor on pictures.  ...  (orbital) photos of Earth were made on August 14, 1959 by the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2019.2035 fatcat:fu6bjpdmkbhylfpwmupsulniku

The Pioneer Anomaly: an inconvenient reality or NASA's 12 year misconception? [article]

Paul G. ten Boom
2013 arXiv   pre-print
In the interests of having a contingency plan, should future experiments provide support for a Pioneer-like anomaly, the type of unappreciated physics that could conceivably satisfy the awkward observational  ...  evidence is alluded to, albeit in a non-rigorous and cursory manner.  ...  Introduction The Pioneer 10 and 11 spacecraft, launched in 1972 and 1973 respectively, represent an ideal system to perform precision celestial mechanics experiments [1] .  ... 
arXiv:1307.0537v1 fatcat:haubfjwi6fat7kml2l6rgjharm

Sense & Sensation: the Act of Mediation and its Effects

Julie Wilson-Bokowiec, Mark Bokowiec
2008 intermédialités  
This might seem like an outlandish claim, but we have all experienced similar sensations in milder forms.  ...  Our initial thoughts were that this might have something to do with working in real-time.  ... 
doi:10.7202/039235ar fatcat:bhbvlv6hxjcubopscpcxbgne4i
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