Quantum Inf Process (2013) 12:1831–1833 DOI 10.1007/s11128-013-0535-7 BOOK REVIEW “Quantum Circuit Simulations” by G. F. Viamontes, I. L. Markov and J. P. Hayes Zeljko Zilic Received: 18 January 2013 / Accepted: 24 January 2013 / Published online: 7 February 2013 © Springer Science+Business Media New York 2013 There is a wealth of experimental and algorithmic developments that are bringing quantum information processing closer to engineering reality, and at the same time usable for a wider range of applications. In this context, a reasonable next step is to con- sider the tools that will make it possible to engineer foreseeable quantum information processing systems. The ﬁrst engineering tool for complex system design is that of a simulation engine that can run on common computers of the day. That is true in any area of modern engineering, from the microprocessors to the nuclear plants—engineers need to be capable to predict the system behavior in a range of scenarios, as a pre-requisite towards the optimized and correct design of any such large engineering construction. The authors of the book “Quantum Circuit Simulations” have over the years engaged in a variety of projects related to the quantum and reversible computing, but also in
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