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 n.— «Oxford scientists have come a step closer to quantum ‘supercomputers’ by creating a new technique called ‘bang-bang’ to hold quantum information.…The qubit is repeatedly hit with a strong pulse of microwaves which reverses the way in which it interacts with the environment.» —“Bang-bang: a step closer to quantum supercomputers” PhysOrg.com Jan. 4, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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