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Variant Construction from Theoretical Foundation to Applications

by Jeffrey Zheng

Variant Construction from Theoretical Foundation to Applications

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Book Description

This book presents theoretical framework and sample applications of variant construction. The first part includes the components variant logic, variant measurements, and variant maps, while the second part covers sample applications such as variation with functions, variant stream ciphers, quantum interference, classical/quantum random sequences, whole DNA sequences, and multiple-valued pulse sequences.Addressing topics ranging from logic and measuring foundation to typical applications and including various illustrated maps, it is a valuable guide for theoretical researchers in discrete mathematics; computing-, quantum- and communication scientists; big data engineers; as well as graduate and upper undergraduate students.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY). You can download Variant Construction from Theoretical Foundation to Applications ebook for free in PDF format (18.0 MB).

Book Details

Title
Variant Construction from Theoretical Foundation to Applications
Subject
Engineering and Technology
Publisher
Springer
Published
2019
Pages
415
Edition
1
Language
English
ISBN13
9789811322815
ISBN10
9811322813
ISBN13 Digital
9789811322822
ISBN10 Digital
9811322821
PDF Size
18.0 MB
License
CC BY

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