V.I. Hahanov, Dr Sc. (Eng.),  I.В. Iemelianov, post-graduate student, M.M. Liubarskyi, post-graduate student, S.V. Chumachenko, Dr Sc. (Eng.),   E.I. Litvinova, Dr Sc. (Eng.),
National University of Radioelectronics of Kharkov
Kharkov, 61166, Ukraine, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Èlektron. model. 2018, 40(1):63-80


One of the possible solutions to the problem of creating and testing the theory and methods of quantum memory-driven computing on the classical computers for their subsequent application in all fields of human activity is proposed. Engineering-focused definitions of computing types, including quantum ones, are used, including the notions of superposition and entanglement, and also memory-driven computing. The necessity of joint and parallel solution of the problem of creation of a market-accessible quantum computer and development of quantum-focused applications and cloud services is explained. Examples of quantum memory-driven design and test of digital circuit fragments are presented. A method for synthesizing and minimizing tests for black-box functionality is proposed, using a matrix of qubit derivatives and a sequencer for defining
a quasi-optimum coverage.


test synthesis, qubit coverage, memory-driven computing, digital circuit, Boolean qubit derivative, fault simulation.


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