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+ - Solid State Quantum Computer Finds 15=3x5 48% Of The Time->

Submitted by mikejuk
mikejuk (1801200) writes ""The Shor quantum factoring algorithm has been run for the first time on a solid state device and it successfully factored a composite number. A team from UCSB has managed to build and operate a quantum circuit composed of four superconducting phase qubits. The design creates entangled bits faster than before and the team verified that entanglement was happening using quantum tomography. The final part of the experiment implemented the Shor factoring algorithm using 15 as the value to be factored. In 150,000 runs of the calculation, the chip gave the correct result 48% of the time. As Shor's algorithm is only supposed to give the correct answer 50% of the time, this is a good result but not of practical use. However they claim that their chip can be scaled to larger numbers of bits. Is this the start of the quantum computing revolution?""
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Solid State Quantum Computer Finds 15=3x5 48% Of The Time

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