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I am interested in the field of Quantum computer/Quantum computing. with which books I should start, and what are the 'must read' books in this domain?
Quantum computing is a type of computing that uses quantum-mechanical phenomena, such as superposition and entanglement, to perform operations on data. It has the potential to solve complex problems that are not feasible for classical computers.
Reading books on quantum computing can provide a comprehensive understanding of the principles and applications of this emerging technology. It can also help readers stay updated on the latest advancements and discoveries in the field.
These books are recommended for beginners who have a basic understanding of computer science and mathematics. They are also suitable for anyone who is interested in learning about quantum computing and its potential impact on various industries.
Some popular quantum computing books for beginners include "Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists" by Noson S. Yanofsky and Mirco A. Mannucci, "Quantum Computing: A Gentle Introduction" by Eleanor G. Rieffel and Wolfgang H. Polak, and "Quantum Computing: An Applied Approach" by Jack Hidary.
While some basic knowledge of computer science and mathematics is helpful, most of these books are written in a beginner-friendly manner and do not require any advanced prerequisite knowledge. However, a strong interest in quantum computing and a willingness to learn are essential for understanding the concepts presented in these books.