Robert Wille mainly focuses on Quantum computer, Algorithm, Logic gate, Logic synthesis and Theoretical computer science. His Quantum computer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Topology, Computation and Qubit. His Qubit study combines topics in areas such as Electronic circuit and k-nearest neighbors algorithm.
He works mostly in the field of Algorithm, limiting it down to topics relating to Quantum gate and, in certain cases, Three-input universal logic gate, Reversible computing and Computer engineering. His studies in Logic gate integrate themes in fields like Truth table, Boolean function, Electronic design automation and Design methods. His study in Logic synthesis is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quantum dot, Quantum dot cellular automaton, Toffoli gate, Dissipation and Efficient energy use.
His main research concerns Quantum computer, Electronic circuit, Quantum, Theoretical computer science and Computer engineering. His Quantum computer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Algorithm, Computation, Logic gate and Quantum algorithm. His research in Logic gate is mostly focused on Logic synthesis.
His study explores the link between Electronic circuit and topics such as Electronic design automation that cross with problems in Microfluidics. His Quantum research focuses on Representation and how it relates to Quantum state. The Theoretical computer science study combines topics in areas such as Programming language, Unified Modeling Language and Truth table.
Robert Wille mostly deals with Quantum, Quantum computer, Computer engineering, Electronic design automation and Electronic circuit. His Quantum study incorporates themes from Theoretical computer science and Computation. His research in Quantum computer intersects with topics in Formal equivalence checking, Overhead, Quantum decoherence, Quantum state and Algorithm.
His study in the fields of Error detection and correction under the domain of Algorithm overlaps with other disciplines such as Protocol. His research in Computer engineering focuses on subjects like Domain, which are connected to Cloud computing. He works mostly in the field of Electronic circuit, limiting it down to concerns involving Logic gate and, occasionally, Integrated circuit.
Quantum, Quantum computer, Electronic circuit, Quantum circuit and Algorithm are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Formal equivalence checking, Theoretical computer science and Computation in addition to Quantum. His Quantum computer study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Representation, Overhead and Quantum decoherence.
His Electronic circuit research incorporates elements of Scrambling, Computer engineering and Electronic engineering, Circuit design, Logic gate. The concepts of his Quantum circuit study are interwoven with issues in IBM, Exponential function and Parallel computing. His Algorithm research integrates issues from Quantum state, System on a chip, Limit and Automation.
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RevLib: An Online Resource for Reversible Functions and Reversible Circuits
R. Wille;D. Grosse;L. Teuber;G.W. Dueck.
international symposium on multiple valued logic (2008)
BDD-based synthesis of reversible logic for large functions
Robert Wille;Rolf Drechsler.
design automation conference (2009)
Exact Multiple-Control Toffoli Network Synthesis With SAT Techniques
D. Grosse;R. Wille;G.W. Dueck;R. Drechsler.
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (2009)
Verifying UML/OCL models using Boolean satisfiability
Mathias Soeken;Robert Wille;Mirco Kuhlmann;Martin Gogolla.
design, automation, and test in europe (2010)
Elementary Quantum Gate Realizations for Multiple-Control Toffoli Gates
D. Michael Miller;Robert Wille;Zahra Sasanian.
international symposium on multiple-valued logic (2011)
Synthesis of quantum circuits for linear nearest neighbor architectures
Mehdi Saeedi;Robert Wille;Rolf Drechsler.
Quantum Information Processing (2011)
An Efficient Methodology for Mapping Quantum Circuits to the IBM QX Architectures
Alwin Zulehner;Alexandru Paler;Robert Wille.
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (2019)
Synthesis of reversible circuits with minimal lines for large functions
Mathias Soeken;Robert Wille;Christoph Hilken;Nils Przigoda.
asia and south pacific design automation conference (2012)
Towards a Design Flow for Reversible Logic
Robert Wille;Rolf Drechsler.
RevKit: A Toolkit for Reversible Circuit Design
Mathias Soeken;Stefan Frehse;Robert Wille;Rolf Drechsler.
soft computing (2012)
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