We study the relation between hidden variables theories and quantum computation. We discuss an inconsistency between a hidden variables theory and controllability of quantum computation. To derive the inconsistency, we use the maximum value of the square of an expected value. We propose a solution of the problem by using new hidden variables theory. Also we discuss an inconsistency between hidden variables theories and the double-slit experiment as the most basic experiment in quantum mechanics. This experiment can be an easy detector to Pauli observable. We cannot accept hidden variables theories to simulate the double-slit experiment in a specific case. Hidden variables theories may not depicture quantum detector. This is a quantum measurement theoretical profound problem whether Hidden Variables Theories can meet Quantum Computation for high-resolution refinement and binding affinity estimation of inhibitors of CGQMCTVWCSSGC targeted conserved peptide substitution on mimetic pharmaco-structures with antagonizing VEGFR-3-mediated oncogenic effects?
Hidden Variables Theories; Quantum Computation; high-resolution refinement; binding affinity estimations; inhibitors; CGQMCTVWCSSGC targeted; conserved peptide; substitution mimetic; pharmaco-structures; antagonizing VEGFR-3-mediated; oncogenic effects, Quantum Computer, Quantum Information Theory, Quantum Non Locality, Subject Areas: Applied Physics.