# Bulletin of the American Physical Society

# APS March Meeting 2011

## Volume 56, Number 1

## Monday–Friday, March 21–25, 2011; Dallas, Texas

### Abstract: K1.00140 : "Quantum-Computing"(Q-C) = Simple-Arithmetic Since Digits = Quanta/Bosons Via Algebraic-INVERSION 1881($<$1901-05-25) of Digits On-Average Logarithmic-Law = ONLY BEQS!!!

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Digits'(On Average) Newcomb(1881)-Weyl(1914)-Benford(1938) "NeWBe"
Logarithmic-Law $<$P$>$ = log{\{}base=10{\}}(1 + 1/d) =
log{\{}base=10{\}}([d + 1]/d) Siegel [Abs.973-60-124, AMS Nat.Mtg.(2002)]
INVERSION to ONLY Bose-Einstein quantum-statistics(BEQS) d =
1/[10\^{}($<$P$>)$-1] $\sim $ 1/[exp($<$P$>)$-1]$\sim $ 1/[exp($<$w$>)$-1]
$\sim $ {\{}1/[1+($<$w$>)$+...]-1] $\sim $
"1"/$<$w$>$\^{}1.000...Archimedes' Zipf-law HYPERBOLICITY ("noise" $\sim $
"generalized-susceptibility") power-spectrum INEVITABILITY with gapFUL BEC
to digit d = 0, $<$P(0)$>$ = oo, GAP = [$<$P(0)$>$=oo]-[$<$P(1)$>$=0.32]=oo
has deep meaning for (so called) Q-C. Identification of digits(BCE) as
quanta(1901-05 ACE) because quanta are/always were digits: energy-levels:
ground-state d=0, first excited-state d=1,..., with no
intermediate/fractional-levels, separated by quantum: Q = (d=1)-(d=0) = 1
means (on average any/all simple arithmetic computations with digits are ab
initio by definition Q-C. Example: a blank-check is a BEC of digits d=0;
writing some non-zero digits d$>$0, then signing check, is
quantum-excitation from d=0 to d$>$0. Thus (so called) Q-C has existed since
man learned to count/manipulate hand's digits. Simple arithmetic(except for:
division; factoring with remainders) is/has been from time immemorial (on
average) "Q-C"!!!

To cite this abstract, use the following reference: http://meetings.aps.org/link/BAPS.2011.MAR.K1.140

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