Online Simulation for Quantum Science [Part 1]

Online Variant Double Path Simulation

by JEFFREY ZHI J. ZHENGJIE-AO ZHUJIE WAN

Journal Article: Hakin9 Extra 07/2012

ABSTRACT

It is a top intelligent challenge to explain quantum behaviors consistently using experimental evidences. Wave-particle paradoxes forced this type of formal discussions and historical Bohr-Einstein debates without a common solution from 1900s and still an open question in modern quantum foundation. Using advanced variant logic and measurement construction, it is feasible to identify complex quantum interactions under multiple/conditional probability into a series of symmetry/anti-symmetry and synchronous/asynchronous conditions. In addition to theoretical analysis and explorations, an online prototype focus on simulation of single function has established to illustrate controllable combinations among possible parameters to generate interactive results with a total of 7680 configurations. Main principles and architectures of the simulation prototype discussed and key and modules are illustrated. Sample interactive results from two polarized/separated paths and either double path for particles or double path for waves are organized into four groups of results for both single functions and global matrix representations.

ResearchGate : https://www.researchgate.net/literature.LiteratureDetails.html?pubid=229424771&dbw=true

Bloch Sphere Simulation
by Stephen Shary and Dr. Marc Cahay

This simulator is designed to be an easy to run tool that allows users to view the state of a qubit through the Bloch Sphere. The simulator provides documentation on the actions of the simple operators and also provides some time evolution simulation through magnetic fields. The simulator can record and playback multiple operations and provide the ability to view the effect of a series of operators.

Link : http://www.ece.uc.edu/~mcahay/blochsphere/index.html

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Sankalp Ghatpande

Student of MS Information and Computer Science. Interested in Research @ Information Security | Cryptology | Quantum information science.

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