Experimental Aspects of Quantum Computing by Henry O. Everitt

By Henry O. Everitt

Sensible quantum computing nonetheless turns out greater than a decade away, and researchers haven't even pointed out what the simplest actual implementation of a quantum bit should be. there's a genuine desire within the clinical literature for a discussion relating to classes realized and looming roadblocks. This reprint from Quantum details Processing is devoted to the experimental features of quantum computing and comprises articles that 1) spotlight the teachings realized during the last 10 years, and a pair of) define the demanding situations over the following 10 years. The designated factor incorporates a sequence of invited articles that debate the main promising actual implementations of quantum computing. The invited articles have been to attract grand conclusions concerning the earlier and speculate concerning the destiny, not only document effects from the current.

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M. Weijters. Workflow mining: A survey of issues and approaches. DKE, 47(2):237–267, 2003. 14. M. Wyner. Defining specialization for process models. html 15. W3C. OWL web ontology language reference. 16. M. Stumptner, and M. Schrefl. Behavior Consistent Inheritance in UML. In Proc. 19th Int. Conf. on Conceptual Modeling (ER 2000), 527542, 2000. edu Abstract. Workflow management systems (WFMS) coordinate execution of multiple tasks performed by different entities within an organization. In order to coordinate the execution of the various tasks in a workflow, task dependencies are specified among them.

A workflow schema is specified by (1) the types of inputs and outputs needed by workflows instances satisfying this schema, (2) the specification of the types of tasks, and (3) the dependencies between these tasks. Each workflow is actually an instance of a workflow schema. We denote the schema associated with workflow as We denote the type of task as Each type of task is specified by (1) the types of inputs and outputs, if any, needed by tasks of this type, (2) recovery attributes for this type of tasks, (3) compensation-flow for this type of tasks, and (4) alternate-flow for this type of tasks.

Web/grid computing, e-commerce and e-business [4,6]), where customization and reuse issues play a crucial role. In this paper we devise a framework which supports designers in the definition, analysis and re-engineering of process models in complex and dynamic contexts. The main goal of our approach is to fully exploit the experience gained by designers over time, and somehow encoded in the process models defined so far. g. activities and associated input/output parameters). Moreover, in order to make easier the exploitation of design knowledge, we use specialization/inheritance relationships to organize process models into taxonomies, which can sensibly reduce the efforts for reusing and customizing a model.

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