Mohsen Heidari, Center for Science of Information (CSoI), Purdue
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Indiana University Luddy
School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, Bloomington, Indiana
This page is: https://81018.com/heidari/
ArXiv (13): Toward Physically Realizable Quantum Neural Networks, 2022
Homepages: Github, IN
YouTube: Physically Realizable Quantum Algorithms, 2022
Acknowledgement: September 4, 2022
The answer: The Bloch sphere (Felix Bloch) specially rendered by artist, Jackie Niam.
Thank you, Mohsen!
First email: Thursday, Sep 1, 2:25 PM
Dear Prof. Dr. Mohsen Heidari (CSoI, Purdue, and IU):
Is there an official attribution and explanation for this image on the right (and linked) associated with your May 24, 2022 workshop on Quantum Algorithms, Information, and Learning?
PS. It resonates with me. I may want to request permission to use it within our website on pages associated with a first principles quest:
Tweet: 1 September 2022 at 2:06 PM · Sep 1, 2022
Quantum Algorithms, Information, and Learning Workshop, May 24th, 9:30 – 4 (ET) Workshop aims to present the current solutions and key questions in quantum information and computation. Originally tweeted by Science of Information (@ScienceofInfo) on May 12, 2022.
Here is the substance of your tweet (Prof. Dr. Mohsen Heidari).
2:06 PM · Sep 1, 2022 “Excellent image. Has anyone interpreted it? We would love to know more!”
4:32 PM · Sep 1, 2022. TO: Mohsen Heidari: https://81018.com/heidari/ From your small-scale universe to our large-scale, there is scale invariance with dimensionless constants alone. That is SOI and a vision we should all share.
Is there an official attribution and explanation for the image associated with your May 24, 2022 workshop on Quantum Algorithms, Information, and Learning?
- Holly Krieger, University of Cambridge, Equidistribution and unlikely intersections in arithmetic dynamics, May 2020 Editor’s Note: Considering Blaschke visualizations within Bloch spheres
- An indestructible Blaschke product in the little Bloch space (PDF), Christopher Bishop, Publicacions Matematiques, 1993
More to come….