Well, it's not "quantum computing" in the sense of superposition, but it is
computing that makes use of quantum effects.. Thus, in my book, it's
At 03:18 PM 8/11/00 -0700, you wrote:
>This story (although of interest) is about quantum dots, not quantum
>computing. Holding a bit in a quantum dot does not make it a coherent
>superposition of quantum states. (see:
> > These guys have built a working quantum switch.. It can store a 0 or a 1 in
> > a 4-dot cell using only quantum tunneling for communication.
> > http://helix.nature.com/nsu/000810/000810-7.html
> > --
> > "Crush the lesser races! Conquer the galaxy! Incredible power, unlimited
> > rice pudding, et cetera, et cetera."
> > --Dr. Who
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