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  1. Quantum programming

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    Quantum programming is the process of assembling sequences of instructions, called quantum programs, that are capable of running on a quantum computer

  2. List of companies involved in quantum computing or communication

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    engaged in the development of quantum computing or quantum communication. Quantum computing and communication are two sub-fields of quantum information science

  3. Quantum computing

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    Quantum computing is the use of quantum-mechanical phenomena such as superposition and entanglement to perform computation. A quantum computer is used

  4. Timeline of quantum computing

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    177–201. doi:10.1007/BF01857725. ISSN 1572-9575. This is a timeline of quantum computing. 1960 Stephen Wiesner invents conjugate coding. 1973 Alexander Holevo

  5. Cloud-based quantum computing

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    Cloud-based quantum computing is the invocation of quantum emulators, simulators or processors through the cloud. Increasingly, cloud services are being

  6. Computing

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    both hardware and software. Computing is a critical, integral component of modern industrial technology. Major computing disciplines include computer

  7. Quantum network

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    like quantum computing, is better at solving certain problems, such as modeling quantum systems. Networked quantum computing or distributed quantum computing

  8. Institute for Quantum Computing

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    The Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) is an affiliate scientific research institute of the University of Waterloo located in Waterloo, Ontario with

  9. End-user development

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    potential vendor lock-in. Automatic programming End-user computing Low-code development platforms Natural language programming Situational application Software

  10. Q Sharp

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    programming language used for expressing quantum algorithms. It was initially released to the public by Microsoft as part of the Quantum Development Kit

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