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written by Rod Van Meter
This is a short online course in quantum computation. The stated purpose of the course is to communicate the importance of quantum computing, how it works, and the ability to assess the value of new research results. The class features video lectures with slides. The user may either view the slides as an image, or view the video taped lecture in parallel with the slides using RealAudio.

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Subjects Levels Resource Types
Quantum Physics
- Entanglement and Quantum Information
- Upper Undergraduate
- Graduate/Professional
- Instructional Material
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Metadata instance created October 6, 2005 by Blake Laing
Record Updated:
January 10, 2012 by Lyle Barbato
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November 30, 2005
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R. Van Meter, (1997), WWW Document, (
R. Van Meter, Introduction to Quantum Computing, (1997), <>.
APA Format
Van Meter, R. (2005, November 30). Introduction to Quantum Computing. Retrieved June 28, 2016, from
Chicago Format
Van Meter, Rod. Introduction to Quantum Computing. November 30, 2005. (accessed 28 June 2016).
MLA Format
Van Meter, Rod. Introduction to Quantum Computing. 1997. 30 Nov. 2005. 28 June 2016 <>.
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Introduction to Quantum Computing:

Covers the Same Topic As Physics 219: Quantum Computation

These course materials are entirely in written format.

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