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Quantum Robots for Teenagers
By: Perkowski, M.; Woyke, M.; Fan, Y.; Raghuvanshi, A.;
2007 / IEEE / 0-7695-2831-7
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Quantum Robots for Teenagers ' Extending the ideas of Quantum Braitenberg Vehicles from , we present here a family of Lego robots controlled by multiple-valued quantum circuits. The robots have at most 6 degrees of freedom (motors) and 6 sensors. Their basic architecture is a generalization of robots from  to more versatile multiple-valued quantum automata (simulated in software). We believe that building robots with ""quantum brains"" is an excellent future application of quantum computing and now it helps students to learn principles of quantum circuits. We present a one-year project in ""quantum robotics for teenagers"". Our project brings research and educational perspectives, which are both presented in this paper.
Multiple-valued Quantum Circuits
6 Degrees Of Freedom
Multiple-valued Quantum Automata
Robot Sensing Systems
Robotics And Automation
Computer Aided Instruction
Control Engineering Computing
Quantum Braitenberg Vehicles
Control Engineering Education