Unveiling the Quantum Frontier: A Journey into the Mechanics and Wonders of Quantum Computing
The main purpose of this research paper is to examine how quantum computing functions at both a mechanical and logical level. Through entanglement to parallelism, crucial concepts intrinsic to qubits are explained, not at extremely heavy depth, but still go rather far in most subjects. There are also implications for the future of quantum computing, as scientists continue the development and research of quantum machines, in relation to the limits of physics. Some significant findings of the research done were that a. quantum computing has many problems with decoherence and noise which disturbs results and b. that quantum computing has many advantages to classical bit-oriented computing, with more efficiency and better allocation of memory.