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View Resource Physics 219: Quantum Computation

This is the course web page for an undergraduate Quantum Computation course at Caltech. A course outline, extensive lecture notes, and homework sets, some with solutions, are provided. Links to recent versions of the course are included. There are also links to important references and other web resources in quantum information theory and quantum computation.

View Resource The Fast Lifting Wavelet Transform

A tutorial on wavelet filters aimed at engineers. Focusses on "lifting," a technique for creating a general framework to design filters for every possible wavelet transform. May be read online or downloaded in PostScript format.

View Resource Herbert Wilf

Herbert Wilf is a combinatorialist. The entire text of his books generatingfunctionology, A=B,andAlgorithms and Complexitymay be downloaded in PDF format, as may his "East Side, West Side" lecture notes on combinatorial objects and Maple programming. Wilf's other articles are available in varying formats, including PostScript, .dvi, and TeX.

View Resource Introduction to Network Security

Provided by Internet Security Company Interhack, and written by Matt Curtin, this sixteen-page document is available in HTML, PDF, and Postscript formats. The document includes some history of networking, as well as an introduction to TCP/IP and internetworking. The document then goes on to consider risk management, network threats, firewalls, and more special-purpose secure networking devices. ...

View Resource arXiv.org e-Print archive

Although the title does not allude to the site's content, this Los Alamos National Laboratory Website is an example of one of the best uses of the Web. Here, the newest results from science experiments in Physics, Mathematics, Nonlinear Sciences, and Computer Science are reported, often before (or as) the results emerge in print. Over 100,000 articles on specific subjects are currently available,...

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