In the most general situation, binary computation is implemented by means of microscopic logical gates known as transistors. According to Moore’s Law, the size of transistors will half every two years, and as these transistors reach their fundamental size limit, the quantum effects of the electrons passing through the transistors will be observed. Due to the inherent randomness of these quantum fluctuations, the basic binary logic will become uncontrollable. This project describes the basic principle governing quantum spin-based computing devices, which may provide an alternative to the conventional solid-state computing devices and circumvent the technological limitations of the current implementation of binary logic.
"Spintronic Circuits: The Building Blocks of Spin-Based Computation,"
Undergraduate Journal of Mathematical Modeling: One + Two:
1, Article 1.
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5038/2326-3622.214.171.12471 Available at: http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/ujmm/vol7/iss1/1
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Manoug Manougian, Mathematics and Statistics
Razvan Teodorescu, Physics