Possibility of High Performance Computation in Biological Brains

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Takaaki Musha
Advanced Science Technology Research Organization, Yokohama, Japan

Series: Computer Science, Technology and Applications
BISAC: COM014000

The quantum processor is considered to have the possibility to overcome fundamental limitations of conventional processors, but the influence of energy cost due to the uncertainty principle may prevent speeding up the quantum computation. On the basis of the theorem that the evanescent photon is a superluminal particle, the possibility of a high performance computer system compared with conventional silicon processors has been studied and it can be shown that the energy loss required for computation is much lower than the conventional processor by utilizing evanescent photons. This book examines the possibility of recognizing a much more efficient computer systems like a human brain by utilizing superluminal evanescent photons for quantum processors. (Imprint: Novinka)

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INTRODUCTION

POSSIBILITY OF SUPERLUMINAL SPEED IN QUIANTUM REQION

SIGNAL PROCESSING BY THE TUNNELING PHOTON

UNCERTAINTY PRINCIPLE FOR SUPERLUMINAL ELEMENTARY PARTICLES

ENERGY COST FOR QUANTUM COMPUTATION UTILIZING TUNNELING PHOTONS

DIFFICULTIES WITH QUANTUM COMPUTATION

POSSIBILITY OF QUANTUM COMPUTATION IN THE BIOLOGICAL BRAIN

HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTATION IN THE BRAIN UTILIZING TUNNELING PHOTONS

SUPER COHERENT ORGANISM VIA TACHYON FIELD

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