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|Abstract||In both the search for ever smaller and faster computational devices, and the search for a computational understanding of biological systems such as the brain, one is naturally led to consider the possibility of computational devices the size of cells, of molecules, of atoms, or even the size of sub-atomicquanta. Thus, it should not be surprising to nd that the idea ofquantum computation is not new; in particular, Deutsch has published striking papers on the notion as far back as 1985; and there were speculations on the issue even before that.|
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