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Quantum Computer Science: An Introduction pdf

Quantum Computer Science: An Introduction pdf

Quantum Computer Science: An Introduction. N. David Mermin

Quantum Computer Science: An Introduction

ISBN: 0521876583,9780521876582 | 237 pages | 6 Mb

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Quantum Computer Science: An Introduction N. David Mermin
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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