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Quantum computing is the basic research of quantum information science, which can be realized by the quantum logic gates or one-way quantum computation to complete. Our recent cross nonlinear Kerr effect, given a class of quantum control and efficient implementation of the door. This program required resources only with the growth of the quantum number of qubits and linear growth. In this project as a basis to continue to study how to use the nonlinear Kerr effect to achieve efficient cross quantum computing. First, study the structure of quantum logic gates and even more quantum algorithms, nonlinear effects and thereby to efficiently implement these quantum logic gates and quantum algorithms, and then discuss their use in large-scale quantum computation; secondly, the one-way quantum computing, will study various structures two Uighur state, given the appropriate preparation program based on highly efficient nonlinear effects; Finally, the study of nonlinear how in actual physical systems needed to cross Kerr effect. The development of quantum computing has a direct sense, even for large-scale quantum computing practical, industry will have a positive effect. More... »

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