a kind of superpower bit, which is too complicated for explanation here
a quanton, and thus is a quantum valuing interrelationship
a quantum bit, and it refers to any quantum system that has two states which can serve as zero and one
a quantum bit, the counterpart in quantum computing to the binary digit or bit of classical computing
a "quantum digit" and is the quantum computing equivalent of a bit
a quantum system that can exist in a coherent superposition of two distinguishable states, and can be entangled with other such systems
a , the counter part in to the binary digit or of classical computing
a two-level quantum system (e
a two-level quantum system, such as the spin of an electron or the ground state and excited state of an atom
(derived from quantum bit) a ket (state) in a two dimensional Hilbert space.
The atomic unit used in quantum computation, which is analogous to a bit on traditional computers, that is capable of being in multiple states at once
A basic unit of quantum information, representing either 0 or 1 but capable of being carried by a particle in both states until measured or resolved.
A "quantum bit", used in quantum computing, that is both zero and one simultaneously, until quantum decoherence (direct or indirect by a conscious observer) causes each each quantum bit to disambiguate into a state of either zero or one. One qubit stores two possible numbers (zero and one) at the same time. N qubits stores 2N possible numbers at the same time. Thus an N qubit computer would try 2N possible solutions to a problem simultaneously, which gives the quantum computer its enormous potential power.