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Quantum computing architectures

Quantum computers, compared to conventional ones, use the qubit instead of the bit as the minimum unit of information. The classical computer works in binary code (1 or 0) and in quantum computing they can be 1, 0 or 1 and 0 at the same time, opening up a wide range of possibilities in terms of computing capabilities and allowing mathematical problems to be solved up to now. unapproachable.
CTIC works on the optimization of architectures that simulate the operation of quantum computers, allowing the execution of both quantum algorithms and hybrid classical algorithms.