Richard Harris mostly deals with Qubit, Flux qubit, Productivity, Quantum annealing and Quantum computer. His work in Qubit addresses subjects such as Condensed matter physics, which are connected to disciplines such as Noise and Computation. His studies in Flux qubit integrate themes in fields like Superconducting quantum computing, Optoelectronics, Quantum tunnelling, Integrated circuit and Superconductivity.
His Productivity research integrates issues from Absorptive capacity, Industrial organization, International trade and Foreign ownership. His Quantum annealing research entails a greater understanding of Quantum algorithm. His Quantum computer study is concerned with the field of Quantum mechanics as a whole.
His main research concerns Productivity, Economic growth, Pedagogy, Mathematics education and Demographic economics. His work deals with themes such as Production and Industrial organization, which intersect with Productivity. Richard Harris studies Curriculum, a branch of Pedagogy.
Richard Harris spends much of his time researching Productivity, Total factor productivity, Qubit, Government and Quantum computer. He combines subjects such as Production, Labour economics, Agricultural economics and China with his study of Total factor productivity. He usually deals with Qubit and limits it to topics linked to Quantum annealing and Flux qubit.
His research in Government intersects with topics in Absorptive capacity and Industrial organization. Richard Harris interconnects Business operations, Service and Set in the investigation of issues within Industrial organization. In his works, Richard Harris undertakes multidisciplinary study on Quantum computer and Coupling.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Productivity, Qubit, Quantum computer, Absorptive capacity and Government. His study in Productivity focuses on Total factor productivity in particular. His Total factor productivity research incorporates elements of Production and Labour economics.
In his study, Flux qubit is strongly linked to Quantum simulator, which falls under the umbrella field of Qubit. His work focuses on many connections between Quantum computer and other disciplines, such as Topology, that overlap with his field of interest in Control system, Schedule, Electronic engineering and k-nearest neighbors algorithm. Richard Harris has researched Government in several fields, including Content and Advanced manufacturing.
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Using Cointegration Analysis in Econometric Modelling
R. I. D. Harris.
Applied Time Series Modelling and Forecasting
R. I. D. Harris;Robert Sollis.
Quantum annealing with manufactured spins
M. W. Johnson;M. H. S. Amin;S. Gildert;T. Lanting.
Applied General Equilibrium Analysis of Small Open Economies with Scale Economies and Imperfect Competition
The American Economic Review (1984)
Geodemographics, GIS and Neighbourhood Targeting
Richard Harris;Peter Sleight;Richard Webber.
Assessing the Impact of Management Buyouts on Economic Efficiency: Plant-Level Evidence from the United Kingdom
Richard Harris;Donald S. Siegel;Mike Wright.
The Review of Economics and Statistics (2005)
Trade Liberalization and Industrial Organization: Some Estimates for Canada
David Cox;Richard Harris.
Journal of Political Economy (1985)
Creeping Conformity: How Canada Became Suburban, 1900-1960
Entanglement in a Quantum Annealing Processor
T. Lanting;A. J. Przybysz;A. Yu Smirnov;F. M. Spedalieri.
Physical Review X (2014)
Exporting, R&D, and absorptive capacity in UK establishments
Richard Harris;Qian Cher Li.
Oxford Economic Papers (2008)
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