This work presents and implements Quantum Abstraction Interface (QuAI). QuAI is integrated in an SDN agent to enable the vendor agnostic configuration of QKD devices.
We present a quantum enabled secure multiparty computation service able to perform private recognition of composite signals.
The difficulties related to operating basic quantum communication technologies and the inherent limitations of their direct transmission distances, be these be a consequence of absorption or optical aperture, leads to the fact that current generations of Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) systems are essentially designed to work in a stand-alone mode on a single link.
The aim of this article is to fill part of the existing gap between the mathematical modeling of a green roof and its computational treatment, focusing on the mathematical analysis. We first introduce a two-dimensional mathematical model of the thermal behavior of an extensive green roof based on previous models and secondly we analyze such a system of partial differential equations.
We compute the error threshold for the semion code, the companion of the Kitaev toric code with the same gauge symmetry group Z2. The application of statistical mechanical mapping methods is highly discouraged for the semion code, since the code is non-Pauli and non-Calderbank-Shor-Steane (CSS).
The exponential growth in computational capabilities and the increasing reliability of current simulation tools have fostered the use of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in the design of pioneering aircraft engine architectures, such as the counter rotating open rotor (CROR) engine.