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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank Tad Hogg and Carlos Mochon for many enjoyable conversations about quantum computing and for their feedback on an earlier draft of this paper. We are also grateful to Lee Corbin, David Goldberg, Lov Grover, Norman Hardy, Vaughan Pratt, Marc Rieffel, and the anonymous referees for detailed comments on earlier drafts of this paper. Finally, we would like to thank FXPAL for enthusiastically supporting this work. REFERENCES ABRAMS, D. S. AND LLOYD, S. 1998.