The guy who knows which NIC brand fails under high loads, and so doesn't buy those even though they are cheaper.
Aug 6, 2019 • 187 tweets • 121 min read
@skdh@earltcampbell You are asking for several hours of my time.
Okay, I really had other plans for this morning, including prepping to talk to a potential funding agency this afternoon, but here goes...
Let's talk #QuantumComputer architecture, broadly.
@skdh@earltcampbell Let's divide the scalability problem into four areas: 1. architecture-aware compilation of realistic algorithms, including
resource analysis and error correction (QEC) 2. architecture of large-scale quantum computers, including QEC 3. classical control systems 4. NISQy business
Aug 5, 2019 • 9 tweets • 5 min read
@earltcampbell@skdh I would not have picked "debunk" and "hatchet job", but I think Earl's piece here is calm and reasoned. Thanks, Earl.
As I said in another branch of this thread (we should create one decent summary), a lot of people have looked at the architecture problems in the last 15 years.
@earltcampbell@skdh Sabine, you said you like to read the papers and summarize what you learn (as do I), here are a few names. Most of us have Google Scholar pages or are otherwise easy to find.