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Published by: Meditatia Transcendentala Romania on Jan 31, 2012
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Quantum Computing: The Vedic Fabric of the Digital Universe
Who Should Read This Book
Quantum Computing: The Vedic Fabric of the Digital Universe
isfor information technology professionals, students, academ-ics and lay people alike, who are involved in computer sci-ence, network applications, and hardware/software devel-opment. This book directly correlates quantum comput-ing—the emerging information paradigm—and the ancientVeda and Vedic Literature.
Emergence of Quantum Computing
Continuing exponential improvements in classical processorspeed, memory, and integration under Dennard scaling and‘Moore’s law’ are not sustainable due to quantum effectsthat pervade molecular (nano), atomic (ångström), and sub-atomic (pico) electronic/photonic scales. At the global scale,the Internet and World Wide Web effectively transcend clas-sical space-time boundaries. Today, everyone everywherehas instant access to a vast storehouse of knowledge on a24/7/365 basis.Dr. Michio Kaku, Henry Semat Professor of TheoreticalPhysics at the Graduate Center of the City University ofNew York, co-founder of string field theory and author ofseveral best-selling books, writes in
Physics of the Impossible
 (Doubleday, Random House, ©2008):
Quantum computers may one day replace the famil-iar digital computer sitting on our desks. In fact, thefuture of the world’s economy may one day dependon such computers, so there is enormous commercialinterest in these technologies. One day Silicon Valleycould become a Rust Belt, replaced by new technolo-gies emerging from quantum computing.
Quantum computers—in various stages of R&D—oper-ate according to the rules of quantum mechanics that gov-ern waves and particles of the very small. They combinesequential and simultaneous processing into their verynature, enabling all computational pathways to be pursuedat once. Therefore, one machine cycle—one ‘tick of the quan-tum computer clock’—computes all possibilities at once.The direct benefit is solutions to problems in a fraction ofthe time required by conventional (classical) computers.Emerging quantum applications promise to directly benefit information technology, energy sciences, earth sci-ences, materials science, life sciences, transportation, physi-cal sciences, financial markets, multi-dimensional model-ing and quantum simulation. Quantum algorithms includequantum search, database and counting; factoring, cryptog-raphy and error correction; order-finding, period-finding,and quantum teleportation.
Vedic Foundation to Quantum Computing
Quantum computing—including the quantum gates andalgorithms at its core—has the same structure and functionas the non-changing, eternal basis of natural law identified by quantum physicists as the Unified Field, and by ancientVedic Science as the computational field of infinite correla-tion. This book:
quantum physics, mathematics, information theory, andMaharishi Vedic Science into a single model that identi-fies the Cosmic Computer
and Cosmic Switchboard
asthe fundamental basis to computing and networking.
and CosmicSwitchboard
operating at the level of the Unified Fieldin terms of a computational infinity-point fabric pervad-ing the Digital Universe
computing and each of the forty branches of Veda andthe Vedic Literature in terms of photonic (bosonic), elec-tronic (fermionic), and pre-quantum (supersymmetric)domains.
, correspond-ing directly to the Vedic Gap
located between the syl-lables and texts of Veda and the Vedic Literature. TheGap is the silent yet dynamic fountainhead of memorystationed within the totality of past, present, and futureinstructions.
program code to assembly language to machine lan-guage to memory via the Hardware-Software Gap
-ing intelligence and Quantum Network Architecture
About the Author
Thomas J. Routt, PhD, co-directs a hardware-software devel-opment firm providing global supply chain security solu-tions. Previously, he served as Manager, Boeing NetworkArchitecture; as Consulting Network Architect to IBM seniorexecutives and IBM’s Fortune 500 customers in 40 coun-tries; and as a Director of F5 Networks. He holds six patentsissued and pending in quantum computing and informationsecurity. As keynote and broadband session chair at confer-ences worldwide, he has addressed tens of thousands of ITprofessionals and executives on six continents. Publicationsinclude 80 articles and two books in computer science, net-work architecture and information security. Educational background includes BSc, Environmental Science; MBA,Information Systems; PhD, Computer Science.
How to Order the Book
436 pages with 77 full-color figuresPublished by 1
World PublishingISBN 978-1-59540-941-6© 2005 Thomas J. Routt
$24.95 plus shipping and handling. Order from MUM Press:
http://www.mumpress.com/books/other-authors/e05.htmlFor more information, visit

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