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adj

relating to a quantum computer.

noun

the amount of time allocated for a thread to perform its work in a multithreaded environment.

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  • davide is a quantum computer research scientist for the universities space research association. quantum theory explains how matter acts at the tiniest levels; in applying it to computing, researchers study ways in which that behavior can advance processing power. “we explore how to control these quantum behaviors, to make them happen on demand, in order to crunch numbers and process information,” he says. “we’re pushing the boundaries of what is known in computer science.” bls.gov

  • "i'm afraid people are going to read this and be like, 'oh, so crop circles are real,'" mossbridge says with a chuckle. "i have to be very reserved. if it's really the case that we're subconsciously predicting the future, that's a big deal because it means biology is kind of doing the same kind of dance that quantum systems do." everydayhealth.com

  • quantum foam is the term used by physicists to describe the violent activity of the quantum world. when you combine all of the characteristics of quantum mechanics—such as wave functions, probability, and uncertainty—you get a pretty active interaction among the forces and particles. you can also think of it as a quantum soup, happily bubbling away. factmonster.com

  • again, our database is defined by the individuals being native americans, based on their eligibility for ihs services, a tribal code and there is an additional field called quantum, which is the degree of native ancestry. so, between those three fields, the records and the ihs patient registration database represent native americans. hhs.gov

  • quantum foam is the term used by physicists to describe the violent activity of the quantum world. when you combine all of the characteristics of quantum mechanics—such as wave functions, probability, and uncertainty—you get a pretty active interaction among the forces and particles. you can also think of it as a quantum soup, happily bubbling away. infoplease.com

  • i personally think there are some hair loss cures that might work for some but won't work for others. for me i'm using quantum x prime from quantum xmetics and my hair is returning now after 6 months of use. so far so good. i'm expecting another 6 months or so before i get my hair back but that isn't too bad for my age. if prime didn't work i would try rogaine. wish you the best in your health. medicinenet.com

  • he said that the one word he would use to define america was "possibilities," and that he was committed to bringing together all of the available human, financial, and knowledge resources to seize this moment to make a quantum leap by accomplishing a decade's worth of progress in half the time. medpagetoday.com

  • the nerve cell body produces enzymes that synthesize most neurotransmitters, which are stored in vesicles at the nerve terminal (see figure neurotransmission). the amount in one vesicle (usually several thousand molecules) is a quantum. a membrane action potential arriving at the terminal opens axonal calcium channels; calcium inflow releases neurotransmitter molecules from many vesicles by fusing the vesicle membranes to the nerve terminal membrane. membrane fusion generates an opening through which the molecules are expelled into the synaptic cleft via exocytosis. merckmanuals.com

  • the following antibodies were used: ifn-γ–fitc, il-2-allophycocyanin (apc), mip-1β-pe, cd3-cy7apc, ccr5-cy7pe and cd25-cy5pe (bd), cd27-cy5pe and cd45ro-texas red-pe (beckman coulter), and cd4-pecy5.5 (invitrogen) and anti-hiv p24/p55 antibody (pe or fitc; clone kc57; beckman coulter). cd8-quantum dot (qd) 655, cd57-qd565, and tnf-alexa fluor 680 were conjugated in accordance with standard protocols (http://drmr.com/abcon/index.html). nih.gov