Portland State University. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Marek A. Perkowski
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Genetic algorithms, Computer algorithms, Quantum computers
1 online resource (285 p.)
The application of Moore's Law would not be feasible by using the computing systems fabrication principles that are prevalent today. Fundamental changes in the field of computing are needed to keep Moore's Law operational. Different quantum technologies are available to take the advancement of computing into the future. Logic in quantum technology uses gates that are very different from those used in contemporary technology. Limiting itself to reversible operations, this thesis presents different methods to realize these logic gates. Two methods using Generalized Ternary Gates and Muthukrishnan Stroud Gates are presented for synthesis of ternary logic gates. Realizations of well-known quantum gates like the Feynman gate, Toffoli Gate, 2-qudit and 3-qudit SW AP gates are shown. In addition a new gate, the Inverse SW AP gate, is proposed and its realization is also presented.
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