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Introduction and Essential Physics

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Abstract

Over the past century, it has become increasingly apparent that Nature, at its most fundamental level, resists analogy with human experience. Quantum theory predicts behaviour which is not explained by any classical model. As a result, we have come to understand that certain intuitive beliefs concerning the potential capability of machines do not hold.

Keywords

Spontaneous Parametric Downconversion (SPDC) Integrated Quantum Photonics (IQP) Polarization Encoding Single-photon Fock State Quantum Technologies 
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