Introduction to Quantum Computing: From a Layperson to a Programmer in 30 Steps
Find in the Library
This textbook introduces quantum computing to readers who do not have much background in linear algebra and quantum mechanics. The author targets undergraduate and master students who are willing to spend about 60 -90 hours seriously learning quantum computing. Readers will be able to write their program to simulate quantum computing algorithms and run on real quantum computers on IBM-Q. Moreover, unlike books that only give superficial and “hand-waving” explanations, this book uses exact formalism so readers can continue to pursue more advanced topics based on what they learn from this book.
Introduction to quantum computing, Quantum computing from scratch, Quantum computing for beginners, Linear algebra for quantum computing, Quantum Computer Programming