Stephen Paul King wrote:
Apologies, I hadn't even read the entire abstract so I didn't notice that they went on to argue that Feynman's conclusion was wrong. Still, I think that their proposal is something different from the usual notion of a "quantum computer", since I was under the impression that people like Feynman and Deutsch had already shown definitively that a quantum computer cannot solve any classically-unsolvable problems. I'll leave it to others who understand this paper better than I to discuss the merits of this new proposal.>Dear Jesse, > > Please read the below referenced paper. It shows that QM comp *CAN*">"solve an undecidable problem" > (relative to a classical computer)."Where does it say that?[SPK] In the abstract of http://www.cs.auckland.ac.nz/~cristian/coinsQIP.pdf Please read this paper. It explains the basis of my claim.
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