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Quantum computing is a field of computing that uses quantum phenomena such as superposition and entanglement to perform operations on data. It is a rapidly growing field with potential applications in fields such as cryptography, chemistry, and optimization. Quantum computers can solve certain problems much faster than classical computers. Various programming languages such as Q#, Python and C++ can be used to write quantum algorithms to be run on quantum computers. The development of quantum computers is an active area of research and engineering.

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A PyTorch-based framework for Quantum Classical Simulation, Quantum Machine Learning, Quantum Neural Networks, Parameterized Quantum Circuits with support for easy deployments on real quantum computers.

  • Updated Jul 13, 2024
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Created by Richard Feynman and Yuri Manin

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