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I am looking for a book in quantum computers for self-learning.The kind of book that teaches quantum-mechanics + quantum-computation. I have basic understanding in calculus , linear-algebra (like matrix addition,multiplication) and classical mechanics that is taught in the Advanced level.Just basic , like I don't understand (but know) the logic behind Maxwells equation or laplace operators etc.

But , as I am a CS student, my basic goal is understanding quantum computers as you should realize.

So what book is best for this purpose?

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Quantum Computing since Democritus was useful to me, coming from a similar background.

It first observes that one only needs a few principles of QM to think about quantum computation, and then launches into the complexity theory underlying the abilities of theoretical quantum computers.

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