Principles of Electron Wave Computing using Quantum Resistor Networks
Quantum resistor networks are interconnected thin wires or electron conducting wave guides. A multiple input-output quantum network is capable of performing massive parallel computing, similar to optical computing. Basic logic functions and arithmetic computation have been demonstrated to be possible on very simple structures. The basic principles of utilizing such quantum resistor networks are very important and are presented here.
C. Wu, "Principles of Electron Wave Computing using Quantum Resistor Networks," Proceedings of the 2002 International Conference on Computational Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (2002, San Juan, Puerto Rico), pp. 213-216, Computational Publications, Apr 2002.
2002 International Conference on Computational Nanoscience and Nanotechnology - ICCN 2002 (2002: Apr. 21-25, San Juan, Puerto Rico)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Aharonov-bohm Effect; Quantum Computing; Quantum Effect Devices; Quantum Networks; Atomic Force Microscopy; Electric Potential; Electron Transport Properties; Fabrication; Fermi Level; Formal Logic; Fourier Transforms; Magnetic Flux; Microelectronics; Parallel Processing Systems; Resistors; Quantum Electronics
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Article - Conference proceedings
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01 Apr 2002