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CRWCard Reader Writer (computer hardware)
CRWColorado River Water
CRWCampus Recreation and Wellness (various schools)
CRWConflict Resolution Workshop
CRWCedar Rapids Washington (Cedar Rapids, IA)
CRWCanon Raw
CRWCard Reader and Writer
CRWCd Rewritable
CRWCharles River Wheelmen (cyclists club)
CRWContingency Response Wing (AMC)
CRWCarlson Restaurants Worldwide (Carrollton, TX)
CRWCombustible Renewables and Waste
CRWCounter Revolutionary Warfare
CRWCanopy Relative Work (skydiving)
CRWCanon Raw Format (filename extension)
CRWClover Root Weevil (pest)
CRWCanard Rotor Wing
CRWCompassionate Resource Warehouse (Canada)
CRWCorporate Report Wisconsin
CRWCertified Resume Writer
CRWConseil Régional Wallon (French: Walloon Regional Council; Belgium)
CRWCercle Romand Winterthur (Swiss Romand culture; est. 1920)
CRWCaspian Revenue Watch (Open Society Institute; New York, NY)
CRWCharleston, WV, USA - Yeager Airport (Airport Code)
CRWClassical Random Walk
CRWCarrier Wave
CRWComputer Rental World
CRWControl Read/Write
CRWControls, Robotics, and Welding
CRWCollege Radio Workshop (Santa Monica City College)
CRWCustomer Relations on the Web (First Tracks Software, LLC)
CRWChild Rights Watch (Sudan)
CRWCrystal Reports for Windows
CRWConceptual Recoilless Weapon
CRWCentralized Returns Warehouse
CRWCladding Removal Waste
CRWCirculating Raw Water
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Thus we conjecture that, for a general localized initial state, the QBN-based walk might still have the same limit probability distribution as the classical random walk.
With the application of the classical random walk to information theory, as well as the growing promise of quantum information theory, it is clearly of interest to define the quantum random walk.
Our main purpose is in fact to demonstrate how certain random weighted location measures to be defined in Section 2 and their connection to renewal and fluctuation theory for classical random walks (cf.
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