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Evolutionary Logic Synthesis of Quantum Finite State Machines for Sequence Detection

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A study on the on the validity of methodologies and experimental results on the synthesis of Quantum Finite State Machines' (QFSM) specified by quantum circuits and its possible applications realization of future quantum computer and robotics controllers.

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Martin Lukac, Marek Perkowski

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