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Seems like a developing field is a discussion that a community of researchers engages in. To participate, you'd need to: Speak the language, e.g. know about quantum computing terminology. Know the background, e.g. quantum physics and computational theory. Once you have some basis for understanding the discussion, then you focus on getting your own ideas ...


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I find conferences are good for learning in new fields. Most of them cater to academics but many industry researchers present at them as well. For example Microsoft Research sends people to a lot of mostly academic conferences. ACM and IEEE Computer Society both have conferences. Besides the papers that are presented, often including more material and ...


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The problem you pose is a difficult one. Every graduate student researching for her/his dissertation faces it. Suppose you have a particular paper in hand and want to learn from it. The normal solution can be expressed recursively: method research(Paper x, Author y){ if(y == IsaacNewton){ read(x); } else { foreach(Paper paper: ...


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