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2013-2013

FUNDING AMOUNT

50000 CNY

ABSTRACT

Logic gates are the basic operating unit of quantum information is the basis to build quantum computers and quantum networks. Thus played a crucial role in quantum information processing. Since the cross-interaction between subsystems and microscopic quantum decoherence effects of large-scale quantum computing is difficult to achieve. To do this, people put forward the concept of distributed quantum computing. The remote quantum logic gate is the basic task of constructing distributed quantum computing. This study will focus on to achieve some common logic gate operation (such as a controlled - NOT gate, phase door, exchange, Toffoli, Fredkin door operation, etc.) to expand exploration, research these common two-bit, three-bit and multi-bit noise door operation nonlocal theory achieve the program environment, and implementation issues specific physical systems. We will focus on the use of the quantum theory of quantum optics, quantum measurement caused by the wave packet collapse and classical communication research methods, specific research is based on some specific quantum systems using entanglement swapping and quantum repeater technology for common logic gate Research on remote implementation. Our findings will reveal the characteristics of quantum non-locality of quantum computers and quantum network to build the foundation to provide theoretical support for basic research and the development of computational techniques for the quantum. More... »

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http://npd.nsfc.gov.cn/projectDetail.action?pid=11247256

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