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Recently, quantum computing has been heralded as the new cool kid on the block. The point of quantum computing is that, during a calculation, the bits (called qubits) that are being manipulated are never in a definite one or zero state. Instead, they can be thought of as being both a one and a zero simultaneously, which allows a quantum computer to explore many solutions at the same time. The upshot is that, for a limited set of problems, quantum computers may offer a substantial speed up over normal computers. In recent, unpublished research, scientists have made use of the similarities between a certain type of quantum computation and neural networks to construct a very simple quantum neural network. The result may offer a faster and more robust form of pattern recognition.
To understand what the researchers have done, we are going to have to take a step back and take a look at a particular form of quantum computing, called adiabatic quantum computing, and compare that to a specific type of neural network. In normal quantum computing, the qubit values might be encoded in the states of a bunch of atoms. These are then individually

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2009-08-18 20:57:12 by righteye

Aug. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Pacific Investment Management Co., which runs the world’s biggest bond fund, said the dollar will weaken as the swelling U.S. deficit erodes its status as a reserve currency.
The dollar will drop the most against emerging-market counterparts, Curtis A. Mewbourne, a Pimco portfolio manager, wrote in a report on the company’s Web site.
“Investors should consider whether it makes sense to take advantage of any periods of U.S. dollar strength to diversify their currency exposure,” Mewbourne wrote in his August Emerging Markets Watch report.
The Dollar Index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of currencies, has fallen 12 percent from this year’s high in March. China, the world’s largest holder of foreign- currency reserves, and Russia...

Allianz PIMCO Emerging Markets Bond Fund: erneut mit Wertzuwachs im April …  — Finanzen.net
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