Quantum Computing

The computing system derived from Quantum Mechanics to increase the processing power of quantum computers.

Quantum computing is a processing system that deals with particle characteristics at the quantum level. The concept revolves around calculating and imitating the behavior of subatomic particles, thereby resolving computations that are often too difficult for normal computers. So, instead of using binary digits 0 and 1 (alternatively called bits) as the basic elements, quantum computing uses qubits which are understood as existing between 0 and 1.

Quantum computing is more commonly used in quantum-level areas of study and development such as superposition, interference, and entanglement. These are areas that require an understanding of uncertainties that cannot be represented by the either-or system of 0 and 1.

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