Analyzing quantum based ad hoc networks

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Dr. Bacsárdi László
Department of Networked Systems and Services

Recently, one of the most interesting topic is the quantum infocommunication. This is a branch of infocommunication that fundamentally shakes our world. The area hides such opportunities that can speed up more our already rushing world.

This work reconstructs the communication of a classically working system into quantum ones. The basis of CASCADAS is the Autonomic Communication Element (ACE) which gathers information about its environment, automatically adapt to the situation without outside intervention and act accordingly. The purpose of CASCADAS was a framework that is autonomic component-based (ACE) and with its help such innovative services can be build that can dynamically adapt in an erratic environment to the evolved situation. The quantum equivalent version of ACE the QACE (Quantum ACE) enhances the properties of the classical system's communication elements, enabling faster and more complex computations with the help of the quantum Grover algorithm.

In my work, I examine how the information processed by the QACE can be transported on an automatically adapting network with the help of quantum-based algorithms. In this paper, I show how the quantum teleportation and the superdense coding can be used for this type of communication. One of the main differences between the two methods is that teleportation requires classical datatransmission, but superdense coding uses only pure quantum communication. Both methods can play an important role in the communication, so I show which algorithm enhances the network's efficiency with different boundary conditions and I support my results with a simulation software.


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