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1.1 Heron's ball about 100 B.C.
1.2 Moore's law
1.3 Alice and Bob are playing marbles
2.1 Scientific model for coin tossing
2.2 Scientific model for concatenated coin tossing
2.3 Concatenated probabilistic gates
2.4 Implementation of probabilistic gate – the half-silvered mirror
2.5 Concatenated half-silvered mirrors as identity transformation
2.6 Geometrical visualization of one qbit in the Bloch sphere
2.7 Generalized interferometer
2.8 Abstract quantum circuit of the generalized interferometer
2.9 Controlled NOT gate
2.10 SWAP gate made of CNOTs
2.11 Bell state generator quantum circuit
2.12 Generalized quantum entangler
2.13 Quantum COPY machine
2.14 Abstract quantum circuit of the generalized interferometer
3.1 P(m = 2) and P(m = 2) = 1 vs. α
3.2 P(1 | |φ1〉) and P(1 | |φ1〉) = 1 vs. α
3.3 Implementing general measurement by means of a projective one
3.4 Alice and Bob are playing marbles using quantum strategy
4.1 The superdense coding scenario
4.2 The teleportation scenario
5.1 f-controlled CNOT gate
5.2 f-controlled CNOT gate with N-dimensional control input implementing parallel evaluation of f
5.3 Quantum architecture for solving the Deutsch–Jozsa problem
5.4 Quantum architecture for solving Simon's ...
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