The Rudiments of Finite Quantum Computing and Finite Quantum Computer Programming  the Q Bone and the Mathematical Analysis of the Internet Protocol Telecommunications Exchange {{IPtX}} Specification 

Author:
 Terrell, Eugene 
ISBN:  9798988929222 
Publication Date:  Jun 2024 
Publisher:  Eugene Terrell

Book Format:  Paperback 
List Price:  USD $350.00 
Book Description:

The IPtX Specification, which initially, defined an application derived from the Principles of "Quantum Scale Field Theory", confirmed the Principles defining the Concepts from the "Rudiments of Finite Quantum Computing and Finite Quantum Computer Programming". However, the final Internet Drafts concluding the Logical development of the "Internet Protocol telecommunications Xchange" Specification, did not include the presentation of those techniques which define the principle methods...
More DescriptionThe IPtX Specification, which initially, defined an application derived from the Principles of "Quantum Scale Field Theory", confirmed the Principles defining the Concepts from the "Rudiments of Finite Quantum Computing and Finite Quantum Computer Programming". However, the final Internet Drafts concluding the Logical development of the "Internet Protocol telecommunications Xchange" Specification, did not include the presentation of those techniques which define the principle methods for BitMapping a Decimal Fraction. Nonetheless, what should be quite clear is that, the foundation for the IPtX Specification provides conclusive proof that the current Principles defining the Theory of the 'Quantum Computer' are unquestionably wrong. In other words, the IPtX Specification defines a New Mathematical Relationship between the 'Bit' and the 'Quanta' where, when '1 Bit' = '1 Quanta', the BitMapped Length of "1 Bit" defines, with respect to itself, a Ratio of 2X : 1.Nevertheless, the objective this paper maintains not only resolves the dilemma concerning the process of BitMapping a Decimal Fraction. It provides, in addition, a succinct overview of the foundation for the 'Finite Quantum Computer' with respect to the IPtX Specification. Furthermore, as presented, the Mathematical Review sustains a challenge that questions the validity of the Concepts of the "¿1" and the 'Complex Number'. In other words, this work completes the design of the IPtX Specification by providing a detailed description of the Preferred Methods, encompassing the design and implementation of a Binary 'Dual' Band '4' Channel Telecommunications Specification, which defines a True "Quantum" BackBone Environment.