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Advances in Quantum Communication and Information

Edited by Francisco Bulnes

IINAMEI A. C. (Investigación Internacional Avanzada en Matemáticas e Ingeniería


Vasilios N. Stavrou

Hellenic Naval Academy

Oleg Morozov

Kazan National Research Technical University, n.a. A.N. Tupolev-KAI

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Anton V. Bourdine

Volga State University of Telecommunications and Informatics

Research in quantum communication requires knowledge of the information theory and teleportation of information in any physical form using the quantum field as media of all different processes and aspects on the managing of their information, their boson processing and their technologies. Likewise, one of the most important principles in researching is the quantum intertwining to define the management of communication of the quantum type. Other aspects related to the design of technologies to the quantum communication base and their development on transceptor models of Bose-Einstein observation nature to form a quantum laser wave of atoms. This quantum wave is a wave-links chain that defines and determines the quantum communication. Quantum computing models are very useful to establish the programming order required in the quantum communication processes. The present book is a compilation of the chapters that cover several of these themes and in other cases, put the field theories to test regarding what is quantum communication and its technologies.

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Advances in Quantum Communication and InformationEdited by Francisco Bulnes

Published: February 26th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.82506

ISBN: 978-1-78985-268-4

Print ISBN: 978-1-78985-267-7

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-78985-247-9

Copyright year: 2020

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5 Crossref Citations

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1. Introductory Chapter: Advanced Communication and Nano-Processing of Quantum Signals

By Francisco Bulnes


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2. A Novel Quantum Steganography Scheme Based on ASCII

By Ri-Gui Zhou and Jia Luo


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3. Quantum Algorithms for Fluid Simulations

By René Steijl


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4. Non-Gaussian Entanglement and Wigner Function

By Mustapha Ziane and Morad El Baz


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5. Quantum Walks in Quasi-Periodic Photonics Lattices

By Dan Trung Nguyen, Daniel A. Nolan and Nicholas F. Borrelli


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6. Design of 4-Bit 4-Tap FIR Filter Based on Quantum-Dot Cellular Automata (QCA) Technology with a Realistic Clocking Scheme

By Ismail Gassoumi, Lamjed Touil, Bouraoui Ouni and Abdellatif Mtibaa


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7. DFT Study on Interaction of Estrone and Imidazolium-Based Hydrophobic Ionic Liquids

By Sai Saravanan Ambi Venkataramanan and Ramalingam Anantharaj


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8. Schrödinger’s Cat and His Timeless (t = 0) Quantum World

By Francis T.S. Yu


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9. What Is “Wrong” with Current Theoretical Physicists?

By Francis T.S. Yu


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10. The Hot Disputes Related to the Generation of a Unified Theory Combining the Outcomes of ER and EPR Papers

By Agaddin Mamedov


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