I have a nutty feeling that I can apply the Feynman Path Integral approach to calculate the efficient Quantum Computation paths on a Poincare or a Bloch sphere, can anyone help me with a formal introduction to teh path integral approach of QM, so that I can see ways I can apply it to Quantum Computation.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Feynman's; Path Integral formalism on Quantum Computation

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