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Vincent's Quantum Computing Blog > Quantum Computing and Quantum Information - Michael Nielsen & Isaac Chuang

Posted 02 August 2010

Another book pertaining to quantum computing which has been my "bible" so to speak in grasping a more in depth understanding has got to be Nielsen and Chuang's Quantum Computing and Quantum Information.

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Vincent's Quantum Computing Blog > Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists

Posted 01 August 2010

Today I'm going to start a series of posts that recommend three of my favorite books for learning quantum computation. The thing I really like about these particular texts is that they are catered for individuals with a computer science background. Notions of quantum mechanics are delicately and elegantly introduced to the reader in a way to...

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Vincent's Quantum Computing Blog > The Deutsch-Jozsa Algorithm

Posted 26 July 2010

Today I'm going to post a paper I wrote on the Deutsch-Josza algorithm a while ago. The practicality of this algorithm may be a bit contrived when observing the problem it solves. However, the problem itself is not of prime importance. In contrast the ability for a quantum computer to solve this trivial problem better than a classical one...

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Vincent's Quantum Computing Blog > Welcome to the Quantum Computing Blog!

Posted 26 July 2010

I've decided to start a blog strictly dedicated to quantum computing. It's something I've been very interested in for a while and feel that blogging my progress, thoughts, and endeavors would be beneficial both to myself and to others who may also be interested in quantum computing.

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captainhampton's Blog > Shrapnel DS (Nintendo DS Development)

Posted 17 October 2008

Ok, I thought this would be a pristine place for me to document and organize my thought process for the development of various Nintendo DS games/apps which I have been toying around with. First project on that list is a vertically scrolling space themed shoot 'em up similar in style to that of Tyrian, Raptor: Call of Shadows, and ...

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Age:
28 years old
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December 7, 1985
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Detroit MI
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Quantum computing, quantum information science, programming, playing guitar
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Vincent Russo
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C, C++, C#, Java, PHP, Python, IDL, R, Ruby, etc.

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