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Image Processing in Quantum Computers

by   Aditya Dendukuri, et al.
University of Arkansas

Quantum Image Processing (QIP) is an exiting new field showing a lot of promise. Expressing an image using quantum information would mean all of the unique quantum properties like superposition or entanglement can apply to the image. In this work, we explore and compare a number of quantum image models and then implement simulate a quantum image using a classical computer.


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