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2011-2013

FUNDING AMOUNT

180000 CNY

ABSTRACT

Quantum properties in the field of information has a unique function, improve processing speed, to ensure information security, increase capacity and improve the detection accuracy of information and other aspects may be pushing the limits of existing classical information systems. It has been proposed in a variety of experimental techniques in quantum information science, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) plays an important role of pioneer. With quantum computing quantum bit and gradually to the high complexity of network development, how to achieve faster each quantum gates, to overcome the effects of decoherence to become one of the major challenges in the field of quantum information. This paper intends to use numerical methods to optimize control explore different quantum systems to achieve a variety of quantum gates shortest quantum computing tasks and programs, and on the experimental verification of liquid and solid nuclear magnetic resonance instrument. Meanwhile, we expect the existing numerical methods proposed to improve the numerical way to extend and shorten the time required for the calculation, and constantly improve the new calculation method so that the method can be used to calculate the optimization of conventional MRI system pulse and quantum computing to other experimental systems (ion trap) and quantum computing to provide a reference to the high expansion. More... »

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