# An Introduction to Quantum Computing and Applied Mathematics

David Hyde and Alex Pothen introduce the Special Issue on Quantum Computing and survey some exciting technical developments.

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David Hyde and Alex Pothen introduce the Special Issue on Quantum Computing and survey some exciting technical developments.

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Quantum algorithms can be understood through linear algebra and offer different tradeoffs than classical algorithms.

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