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Quantum teleportation

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    • Teleportation, Quantum
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    • found: Work cat.: 2004016045: Darling, David J. Teleportation : the impossible leap, 2005.
    • found: The physics of quantum information : quantum cryptography, quantum teleportation, quantum computation, 2000.
    • found: Quantum teleportation at IBM web site, May 24, 2005("Teleportation promises to be quite useful as an information processing primitive, facilitating long range quantum communication (perhaps ultimately leading to a 'quantum internet'), and making it much easier to build a working quantum computer. But science fiction fans will be disappointed to learn that no one expects to be able to teleport people or other macrosopic objects in the foreseeable future, for a variety of engineering reasons, even though it would not violate any fundamental law to do so.")
    • found: Wikipedia, May 24, 2005("Quantum teleportation is a technique discussed in quantum information science to transfer a quantum state to an arbitrarily distant location using an entangled state and the transmission of some classical information.")
    • found: BBCnews web site viewed May 25, 2005, Teleportation goes long distance, 18 Aug. 2004("Physicists have carried out successful teleportation with particles of light over a distance of 600m across the River Danube in Austria. Long distance teleportation is crucial if dreams of superfast quantum computing are to be realised. When physicists say 'teleportation', they are describing the transfer of key properies from one particle to another without a physical link. The team has published its findings in the academic journal Nature ... Quantum teleportation relies on an aspect of physics known as 'entanglement', whereby the properties of two particles can be tied together even when they are far apart. Einstein called it 'spooky action at a distance.'")
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    • QC174.17.Q38
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    • 2005-06-15: new
    • 2005-06-15: revised
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