Utah State University Poster Day
Are we getting to the end of Moore's law????? Moore's law which is held for 50 years tells computer power doubling every 18 months may begin to expire in the next 10 or so years. Imagine you buy a computer having the same power as the last year and the year before last year. Would you buy a new computer? Or upgrade? The present computer model is CPU with I/O's and combination of logical gates, and software which controls these I/O's based on finite automata and Turing machine. Basically the above hard-ware software model manipulates the 0 and 1 bits.
Mansourbeigi Seyed M.H.: Poster day April 2016, Quantum Computing vs. Conventional Computing: Near-Term Solution in Smart Distributed Systems, Utah State University, and College of Engineering Computer Science Department.