Within one scientific family, Daowen Qiu focuses on topics pertaining to Applied mathematics under Observability, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Controllability. His study connects Applied mathematics and Controllability. In his study, Daowen Qiu carries out multidisciplinary Quantum mechanics and Theoretical physics research. He merges Theoretical physics with Quantum mechanics in his study. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Theoretical computer science and Quantum computer. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Quantum computer and Theoretical computer science through his works. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Artificial intelligence and Automaton through his research. Daowen Qiu integrates many fields, such as Automaton and Artificial intelligence, in his works. Borrowing concepts from Statistics, he weaves in ideas under Algorithm.
Quantum computer, Quantum entanglement, Quantum algorithm and Quantum information are the two main areas of interest in his Quantum studies. Much of his study explores Quantum entanglement relationship to Quantum. Daowen Qiu performs integrative Quantum mechanics and Statistical physics research in his work. Daowen Qiu merges Statistical physics with Quantum mechanics in his study. He connects Theoretical computer science with Programming language in his research. Daowen Qiu brings together Programming language and Theoretical computer science to produce work in his papers. He regularly ties together related areas like State (computer science) in his Algorithm studies. His Algorithm research extends to the thematically linked field of State (computer science). His work in Discrete mathematics is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Equivalence (formal languages).
In his research, Dynamics (music) is intimately related to Acoustics, which falls under the overarching field of Degree (music). Many of his studies on Dynamics (music) apply to Acoustics as well. Within the field of Control theory (sociology) and Supervisory control he studies Control (management). His study brings together the fields of Control (management) and Control theory (sociology). He is exploring Discrete system as part of his Discrete event dynamic system and Discrete modelling and Discrete system studies. His Discrete system research extends to Discrete event dynamic system, which is thematically connected. His research links Coherence (philosophical gambling strategy) with Quantum mechanics. His work in Quantum is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Quantum algorithm. Many of his studies on Quantum algorithm apply to Quantum as well.
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Supervisory control of fuzzy discrete event systems: a formal approach
systems man and cybernetics (2005)
Security analysis and improvements of arbitrated quantum signature schemes
Xiangfu Zou;Xiangfu Zou;Daowen Qiu;Daowen Qiu.
Physical Review A (2010)
Semiquantum-key distribution using less than four quantum states
Xiangfu Zou;Xiangfu Zou;Daowen Qiu;Lvzhou Li;Lihua Wu.
Physical Review A (2009)
Three-step semiquantum secure direct communication protocol
XiangFu Zou;XiangFu Zou;XiangFu Zou;DaoWen Qiu;DaoWen Qiu.
Science China-physics Mechanics & Astronomy (2014)
Characterizations of fuzzy finite automata
Daowen Qiu;Daowen Qiu.
Fuzzy Sets and Systems (2004)
Automata theory based on complete residuated lattice-valued logic: Reduction and minimization
Lihua Wu;Daowen Qiu.
Fuzzy Sets and Systems (2010)
Diagnosability of Fuzzy Discrete-Event Systems: A Fuzzy Approach
Fuchun Liu;Daowen Qiu.
IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems (2009)
Pumping lemma in automata theory based on complete residuated lattice-valued logic: A note☆
Fuzzy Sets and Systems (2006)
Quantum secret sharing with classical Bobs
Lvzhou Li;Daowen Qiu;Daowen Qiu;Paulo Mateus.
Journal of Physics A (2013)
The states of W-class as shared resources for perfect teleportation and superdense coding
Lvzhou Li;Daowen Qiu.
Journal of Physics A (2007)
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