Quantum networks

From quantum cryptography to quantum architecture

Tatjana Curcic, Mark E. Filipkowski, Almadena Chtchelkanova, Philip A. D'Ambrosio, Stuart A. Wolf, Michael Foster, Douglas Cochran

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Abstract

As classical information technology approaches limits of size and functionality, practitioners are searching for new paradigms for the distribution and processing of information. Our goal in this Introduction is to provide a broad view of the beginning of a new era in information technology, an era of quantum information, where previously underutilized quantum effects, such as quantum superposition and entanglement, are employed as resources for information encoding and processing. The ability to distribute these new resources and connect distant quantum systems will be critical. We present an overview of network implications for quantum communication applications, and for quantum computing. This overview is a selection of several illustrative examples, to serve as motivation for the network research community to bring its expertise to the development of quantum information technologies.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationComputer Communication Review
Pages3-8
Number of pages6
Volume34
Edition5
DOIs
StatePublished - Oct 2004
Externally publishedYes

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Quantum cryptography
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Curcic, T., Filipkowski, M. E., Chtchelkanova, A., D'Ambrosio, P. A., Wolf, S. A., Foster, M., & Cochran, D. (2004). Quantum networks: From quantum cryptography to quantum architecture. In Computer Communication Review (5 ed., Vol. 34, pp. 3-8) https://doi.org/10.1145/1039111.1039117

Quantum networks : From quantum cryptography to quantum architecture. / Curcic, Tatjana; Filipkowski, Mark E.; Chtchelkanova, Almadena; D'Ambrosio, Philip A.; Wolf, Stuart A.; Foster, Michael; Cochran, Douglas.

Computer Communication Review. Vol. 34 5. ed. 2004. p. 3-8.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Curcic, T, Filipkowski, ME, Chtchelkanova, A, D'Ambrosio, PA, Wolf, SA, Foster, M & Cochran, D 2004, Quantum networks: From quantum cryptography to quantum architecture. in Computer Communication Review. 5 edn, vol. 34, pp. 3-8. https://doi.org/10.1145/1039111.1039117
Curcic T, Filipkowski ME, Chtchelkanova A, D'Ambrosio PA, Wolf SA, Foster M et al. Quantum networks: From quantum cryptography to quantum architecture. In Computer Communication Review. 5 ed. Vol. 34. 2004. p. 3-8 https://doi.org/10.1145/1039111.1039117
Curcic, Tatjana ; Filipkowski, Mark E. ; Chtchelkanova, Almadena ; D'Ambrosio, Philip A. ; Wolf, Stuart A. ; Foster, Michael ; Cochran, Douglas. / Quantum networks : From quantum cryptography to quantum architecture. Computer Communication Review. Vol. 34 5. ed. 2004. pp. 3-8
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