The ZX-calculus, strong complementarity, and non-locality

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Abstract

The ZX-calculus is a graphical formal language for quantum computing based on the fact that the Z and X spin observables are *strongly* complementary.

Conference

ConferenceJournées Informatique Quantique 2015
CountryFrance
CityGrenoble
Period26/11/1527/11/15
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Nonlocality
Quantum Computing
Formal languages
Formal Languages
Complementarity
Calculus
Graphics

Keywords

  • quantum computing
  • calculus

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Duncan, R. (2015). The ZX-calculus, strong complementarity, and non-locality. Journées Informatique Quantique 2015, Grenoble, France.
Duncan, Ross. / The ZX-calculus, strong complementarity, and non-locality. Journées Informatique Quantique 2015, Grenoble, France.
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Duncan, R 2015, 'The ZX-calculus, strong complementarity, and non-locality' Journées Informatique Quantique 2015, Grenoble, France, 26/11/15 - 27/11/15, .

The ZX-calculus, strong complementarity, and non-locality. / Duncan, Ross.

2015. Journées Informatique Quantique 2015, Grenoble, France.

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