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Only a few years after the first generation of single isolated attosecond pulses of extreme ultraviolet light, these pulses can be produced routinely. First applications are investigations of light and matter in which ultrafast processes are being time-resolved. The direct measurement of the electric field of an ultrashort light pulse as well as the time-resolved observation of a photoionization process in a gas or on a solid surfce show the potential of attosecond physics. more
Quantum cellular automata provide possible realizations of quantum computers without the need of local addressing. The storage and processing of quantum information is then completely delocalized such that the system remains translationally invariant throughout. Possible physical implementations can be atoms trapped in optical lattices. more
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