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Steven G. Krantz
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A. Kitaev, A. Xen, M. Vlyi
KLASSIQESKIE I KVANTOVYE VYQISLENI
MCNMO–QeRo, Moskva, 1999
Translated from the Russian by Lester J. Senechal
2000 Mathematics Subject Classification. Primary 81–02, 68–02;
Secondary 68Qxx, 81P68.
Abstract. The book is an introduction to a new rapidly developing topic: theory of quantum
computing. The authors begin with a brief description of complexity theory for classical compu-
tations. Then they give a detailed presentation of the basics of quantum computing, including all
known efficient quantum algorithms.
The book can be used by graduate and advanced undergraduate students and by researchers
working in mathematics, quantum physics, and communication.
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www.ams.org/bookpages/gsm-47
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Kitaev, A. Yu. (Alexei Yu.), 1963–
Classical and quantum computation / A. Yu. Kitaev, A. H. Shen, M. N. Vyalyi ; [translated
from the Russian by Lester J. Senechal].
p. cm. (Graduate studies in mathematics, ISSN 1065-7339 ; v. 47)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 0-8218-2161-X (acid-free paper) ISBN 0-8218-3229-8 (softcover)
1. Machine theory. 2. Computational complexity. 3. Quantum computers. I. Shen, A.
(Alexander), 1958– II. Vyalyi, M. N. (Mikhail N.), 1961– III. Title. IV. Series.
QA267.K57 2002
530.12—dc21 2002016686
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