A Generalized Architecture for Confined Quantum Computation (CQC).

Computation and communication within and outside of a projected reality.

Robert Cathcart

(Outline Only) 

Introduction

Why Quantum Computation?

  • Opportunities
  • Open Questions

The current reality of Quantum Computation

  • Current and Theoretical Implementations
  • Challenges
  • Open Questions

A Generalized Architecture for Confined Quantum Computation (CQC)

  • Confined Quantum Computation (CQC)
    • The Classical-Quantum Interface
    • Qubit Generation
    • Error Checking
    • Transport
    • Processing
    • Memory
    • Storage
  • Open Questions

CQC Classical-Quantum Interface

  • The classical-quantum interface
  • Open Questions

CQC Qubit Generation and Error Checking

  • Qubit Generation
  • Error Checking
  • Open Questions

CQC Qubit Transport

  • Transport
  • Repeaters
  • Open Questions

CQC Processing, Memory (QRAM), and Storage

  • Processing
  • Memory (QRAM)
  • Storage
    • Nano-Photonic Optical Lattices
    • Manipulation of Multiferroic Photorefractive Materials
    • Holographic Data Storage and Retrieval
  • Open Questions

CQC Quantum Representational Storage

Pre-defined Quantum State Definitions. (QSD)

CQC Overview

Conclusions

Supporting References