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* QIS was first suggested by Richard Feynman as a means to model the real quantum work of subatomic interactions in [[Information Theory]]. | * QIS was first suggested by Richard Feynman as a means to model the real quantum work of subatomic interactions in [[Information Theory]]. | ||

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+ | ==Three Areas of QIS== | ||

+ | These area were taken from Hoofnagle and Garfinkel's book<ref> Chris Jay Hoofnagle and Simson L. Garfinkel, ''Law and Policy for the Quantum Age'' Cambridge UP 2022 ISN 9781108793179</ref> | ||

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+ | ===Quantum Sensing=== | ||

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+ | ==Quantum Communication== | ||

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+ | See the wiki page on the [[Quantum Computing Threat]] to existing cryptography. | ||

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+ | ==Quantum Computing== | ||

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+ | * Most closely tracks the original suggest from Richard Feynman in modeling the physical reality of Quantum Mechanics. | ||

+ | * Note that some would place the [[Quantum Computing Threat]] in this category as well. Any taxonomy such as this runs into classification ambiguity. | ||

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## Revision as of 10:24, 27 March 2022

## Contents

## Full Title or Meme

**Quantum Information Theory** (QIS) is a further abstraction of a abstract model of real-world physics.

## Context

- QIS was first suggested by Richard Feynman as a means to model the real quantum work of subatomic interactions in Information Theory.

## Three Areas of QIS

These area were taken from Hoofnagle and Garfinkel's book^{[1]}

### Quantum Sensing

## Quantum Communication

See the wiki page on the Quantum Computing Threat to existing cryptography.

## Quantum Computing

- Most closely tracks the original suggest from Richard Feynman in modeling the physical reality of Quantum Mechanics.
- Note that some would place the Quantum Computing Threat in this category as well. Any taxonomy such as this runs into classification ambiguity.

## References

- ↑ Chris Jay Hoofnagle and Simson L. Garfinkel,
*Law and Policy for the Quantum Age*Cambridge UP 2022 ISN 9781108793179