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  1. Oct 2, 2015 #1

    Simon Phoenix

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    Just thought it best to introduce myself here. I'm a physicist working in the area of quantum mechanics (non-relativistic) and quantum information theory. I've done a bit of work in quantum key distribution (QKD).

    I know I'm not allowed to ask questions here - but if any kind soul can tell me what the pre-fixes I and B (etc) on threads mean I'd be very grateful - I couldn't find out what these mean from the FAQs or help. I've probably looked in the wrong place :-)
     
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  3. Oct 2, 2015 #2

    Borg

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    Welcome to PF, Simon. :smile:

    They indicate level of difficulty. They stand for Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced. If you try to create a new thread in certain areas, you can assign them when you create the thread.
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  4. Oct 2, 2015 #3

    Simon Phoenix

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    Ah,

    Kind of obvious when you explain it - hehe

    Many thanks Borg :-)
     
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