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Travelled to:
1 × Denmark
7 × USA
Collaborated with:
H.Buhrman R.Mittal M.Ben-Or R.D.Somma A.M.Childs A.Wigderson D.W.Berry R.Kothari M.Koucký B.Loff F.Speelman D.Gottesman M.Mosca D.L.Yonge-Mallo E.Deotto E.Farhi S.Gutmann D.A.Spielman
Talks about:
quantum (3) comput (3) simul (3) exponenti (2) algorithm (2) formula (2) time (2) hamiltonian (1) constraint (1) processor (1)

Person: Richard Cleve

DBLP DBLP: Cleve:Richard

Contributed to:

ICALP (1) 20142014
STOC 20142014
STOC 20092009
STOC 20032003
STOC 19981998
STOC 19901990
STOC 19881988
STOC 19861986

Wrote 9 papers:

ICALP-v1-2014-CleveM #constraints #game studies
Characterization of Binary Constraint System Games (RC, RM), pp. 320–331.
STOC-2014-BerryCCKS #exponential #precise #simulation
Exponential improvement in precision for simulating sparse Hamiltonians (DWB, AMC, RC, RK, RDS), pp. 283–292.
STOC-2014-BuhrmanCKLS #memory management
Computing with a full memory: catalytic space (HB, RC, MK, BL, FS), pp. 857–866.
STOC-2009-CleveGMSY #algorithm #performance #quantum #query #simulation
Efficient discrete-time simulations of continuous-time quantum query algorithms (RC, DG, MM, RDS, DLYM), pp. 409–416.
STOC-2003-ChildsCDFGS #algorithm #exponential #quantum
Exponential algorithmic speedup by a quantum walk (AMC, RC, ED, EF, SG, DAS), pp. 59–68.
STOC-1998-BuhrmanCW #communication #quantum
Quantum vs. Classical Communication and Computation (HB, RC, AW), pp. 63–68.
STOC-1990-Cleve #bound #simulation #source code #towards
Towards Optimal Simulations of Formulas by Bounded-Width Programs (RC), pp. 271–277.
STOC-1988-Ben-OrC #algebra #constant #using
Computing Algebraic Formulas Using a Constant Number of Registers (MBO, RC), pp. 254–257.
STOC-1986-Cleve #security
Limits on the Security of Coin Flips when Half the Processors Are Faulty (RC), pp. 364–369.

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