ICT in Education, Research, and Industrial Applications: 8th by Nadezhda Baklanova, Martin Strecker (auth.), Vadim

By Nadezhda Baklanova, Martin Strecker (auth.), Vadim Ermolayev, Heinrich C. Mayr, Mykola Nikitchenko, Aleksander Spivakovsky, Grygoriy Zholtkevych (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eighth foreign convention on ICT in schooling, learn, and business functions, held in Kherson, Ukraine, in June 2012.
The 14 revised complete papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 70 submissions. This e-book starts with an invited contribution featuring the substance of 1 of ICTERI 2012 invited talks. The bankruptcy offers with the problems of abstraction and verification of homes in real-time Java courses. the remainder of the amount is based in 4 topical elements: ICT Frameworks, Infrastructures, Integration, and Deployment; Formal good judgment and Knowledge-Based Frameworks; ICT-Based structures Modeling, Specification, and Verification: ICT in instructing and Learning.

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In the case the next equalities l2 (Λ) = C and Hn ⊗ l2 (Λ) = Hn are true. Hence, any generating operator W : Hn → Hn ⊗ l2 (Λ) is a unitary operator W : Hn → Hn . Formula (5 ) gives Pr(λ | ρ) = 1 and from formula (6 ) we obtain Eff[ρ | λ] = W ρW † . Therefore, we can consider a quantum evolution as a quantum measurement with a one-element set of outcomes. 5 Quantum Actions Unifying descriptions of a quantum evolution and a quantum measurement allows to introduce the generalising notion for evolutionary and measuring processes.

Deutsch and R. Jozsa found the example of a problem, which has the estimation of the quantum computational complexity O(n), while its classical computational complexity has exact estimation O(2n ) [7]. As known now, in addition to Deutsch–Jozsa problem there is quite a number of problems such that their solving process can be accelerated by using a quantum computer. Thus, two questions, which have formulated at the beginning of the chapter, arise in the quantum case too. To answer the first question it is necessary to develop a quantum analogue of the theory of computability.

M, u, f, #, exit. Direct checking shows that after handling by the automaton a qubit from a pure state |ψ ψ| passes into the state |0 0|. Therefore, we have built the abstract quantum automaton that specifies the process of cleaning a qubit. Example 2. This example deals with preparing an entangled pair of qubits. The process is used as a fragment of many quantum algorithms. We shall specify an abstract quantum automaton that does it. The transition system of the automaton is shown in Fig. 2. Note that we use the previous example at the beginning of the specification.

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