# The Deutsch Algorithm

theory · quantum · algorithms theory · quantum · parallelism · q · informative · ibm · deutsch · algorithmMuch more than a post (again) This is a repost of an old article :) What is the quantum theory? As said by quantumexperience official site by IBM, it's an elegant mathematical theory able to explain the counterintuitive behavior of subatomic particles, most notably the phenomenon of entanglement. In the late twentieth century it was discovered that quantum theory applies not only to atoms and molecules, but to bits and logic operations in a computer.

# The Deutsch Algorithm

theory · quantum · algorithms theory · quantum · parallelism · q · informative · ibm · deutsch · algorithmMuch more than a post (again) What is the quantum theory? As said by quantumexperience official site by IBM, it's an elegant mathematical theory able to explain the counterintuitive behavior of subatomic particles, most notably the phenomenon of entanglement. In the late twentieth century it was discovered that quantum theory applies not only to atoms and molecules, but to bits and logic operations in a computer. This realization has been bringing about a revolution in the science and technology of information processing: I decided to write some notes to better explain, from a physics-agnostic computer scientist's point of view XD, what I understood - and it is certainly wrong - about Q until now and why I think it's an amazing field for computer science.

# A Quantum Experience

theory · quantum · miscellaneous theory · quantum · q · informative · ibmMuch more than a post What is the quantum theory? As said by quantumexperience official site by IBM, it's an elegant mathematical theory able to explain the counterintuitive behavior of subatomic particles, most notably the phenomenon of entanglement. In the late twentieth century it was discovered that quantum theory applies not only to atoms and molecules, but to bits and logic operations in a computer. This realization has been bringing about a revolution in the science and technology of information processing: I decided to write some notes to better explain, from a physics-agnostic computer scientist's point of view XD, what I understood - and it is certainly wrong - about Q until now and why I think it's an amazing field for computer science.