Definition - What does Quantum Computer mean?
Quantum computers may also be called probabilistic or nondeterministic computers.
Techopedia explains Quantum Computer
Another characteristic of quantum computers relates to command structures. A traditional and linear computer has only one command for a given state; this command is described as deterministic. Models like the nondeterministic Turing machine (NTM) provide more than one possible command response to a given state. This is a fundamental aspect of quantum computer design.
In general, quantum computers use concepts like entanglement, or other ideas that enhance the structure of basic models, from qubits to larger nondeterministic concepts or ideas about how quantum mechanics can be applied to a computing model.
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