classical computer

classical computer

A regular computer. When dealing with quantum computers, a classical computer refers to a non-quantum computer. See quantum computing.
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On a classical computer they would take the life of the universe to solve.
Just as engineers figured out how to shrink the size of transistors and pack them more closely together on a classical computer chip, Deffner writes, theyll need some clever innovation to build the fastest possible quantum systems, operating as close as possible to the ultimate speed limit.
Just as engineers figured out how to shrink the size of transistors and pack them more closely together on a classical computer chip, they'll need some clever innovation to build the fastest possible quantum systems, operating as close as possible to the ultimate speed limit.
problems that are beyond the capabilities of a classical computer.
In a classical computer, computations are done by using a combination of ones and zeros called bits.
But there are many problems that will never be penetrated by a classical computer.
By exploiting algorithms written for quantum computing, we can do stuffs that a classical computer can.
This is followed by a simulation of the algorithm using a classical computer, namely through functions that are present in MA TLAB, referred to as "Quantum Computing Functions".
with a quantum computer, where we can easily verify with a classical computer that the quantum computer got the right answer.
The first volume began with basic programming ideas, the second offered a complete introduction to seminumerical algorithms, the third offered a survey of classical computer techniques for sorting, and this focuses on combinatorial algorithms, introducing techniques that allow computers to handle large problems.
However, in the NMR research, the same number of calculation steps as in a classical computer was required to make it seem as if seven quantum bits in molecules were aligned, and entanglement was not obtained either.
Following the classical Computer Integrated Manufacturing since the early 1990s, scientific approaches of self-organisation have been investigated which are mostly based on multi-agent systems (MAS).

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