Experiments in Sound and Music Quantum Computing
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This chapter is an introduction to quantum computing in sound and music. This is done through a series of examples of research applying quantum computing and principles to musical systems. By this process, the key elements that differentiate quantum physical systems from classical physical systems will be introduced and what this implies for computation, sound, and music. This will also allow an explanation of the two main types of quantum computers being utilized inside and outside of academia.
Springer International Publishing
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