Introduction to Quantum Message Space
Ogden, Robert D.
Quantum Message Space is the quantum state space necessary to allow messages of arbitrary length unknown beforehand. In order for serial bit generation and deletion be a unitary operation it is necessary to extend the notion of quit in the context of the free group on two elements. A version of harmonic analysis on FG(2) is presented, and the possibility of quantum computation based on unitary bit creation and annihilation together with averaging over the first bit is considered.
quantum information theory, harmonic analysis, free group, eigenvalues and eigenfunctions, Hilbert spaces, message systems, operators (mathematics), Computer Science
Ogden, R. D. (2005). Introduction to quantum message space (Report No. TXSTATE-CS-TR-2005-5). Texas State University-San Marcos, Department of Computer Science.