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The Geometry of Information Flow

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Host: Dan Ghica

Graphical notations are common in computer science for describing the way information flows in a complex system. I will describe a way to formalize them, giving a powerful yet intuitive abstract syntax. Using these techniques I will examine the basic structure of fundamental computational procedures in cryptography and quantum computing, and show how they reveal surprising new relationships between classical and quantum computer science. Everything will be described from the beginning, with lots of pictures, and will be accessible to a general computer science audience.

This talk is part of the Computer Science Departmental Series series.

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