Sonification of Controlled Quantum Dynamics
International Computer Music Conference 2014
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In the present paper we employ sonification and simple electroacoustic composition techniques to represent sim- ulated controlled quantum dynamics. We suggest an intu- itive sonification process in order to represent acoustically and musically an important quantum phenomenon that is used in quantum computation. A interesting problem in this field has been to understand why states floats back and forth between a number of configurations, seemingly unguided, and yet almost miraculously reach target even- tually. Through Parameter-Mapping-Sonification we ex- plore the dynamics of this microscopic peculiar system. In our current research, our sonification choices have both a functional and an aesthetic goal.
International Computer Music Conference Proceedings 2014;
Proceedings of the 2014 International Computer Music Conference, 2014, pp. 1432-14436
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