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PHYSICS_110-6: The Brave New World of Quantum Information (Garg): Getting Started

Poll

I have checked a book out of Northwestern's Libraries
Yes: 5 votes (13.89%)
No: 31 votes (86.11%)
Total Votes: 36
A bit is the fundamental unit of information in computing. How is the equivalent in quantum computing called?
A bitcoin: 0 votes (0%)
A quit: 0 votes (0%)
A qubit: 28 votes (84.85%)
A biscuit: 5 votes (15.15%)
A bitQ: 0 votes (0%)
Total Votes: 33
I've used interlibrary loan to get an article or book the library doesn't have
Yes: 3 votes (16.67%)
No: 15 votes (83.33%)
Total Votes: 18
Are all the science and engineering books of the NU Libraries in Mudd Library?
Yes: 3 votes (15%)
No: 17 votes (85%)
Total Votes: 20

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Ted Quiballo
Computer Science | Electrical and Computer Engineering | Engineering Sciences & Applied Mathematics | Physics & Astronomy
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Mudd Library, Office 2167
2233 Tech Drive
Evanston, IL 60208
(847) 467-1090
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