Atomic Operator Formalism of Elementary Gates for Quantum Computation and Impurity-Induced Exciton Quantum Gates View Full Text


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DATE

1999

AUTHORS

Shozo Takeno , Hideaki Matsueda

ABSTRACT

The information-processing capability of quantum systems has long been of theoretical interest in physics and computer science. Feynman considered gate arrays with computing operations based on principles of quantum mechanics1. Deutch and his co-workers sought formulating quantum Turing machines2,3 and quantum complexity theory4. Recently, considerable progress has been achieved in the latter line of approach where quantum computers were shown to be qualitatively much stronger than classical ones, culminating in Shor’s discovery of quantum polynomial time algorithms for factoring and discrete logarithm5. This has led several-physicist groups to make attempts to. implement quantum computers by using trapped ions6,7, quantum dots, nuclear spins using multiple pulse resonance techniques8 and so on. Appreciation of the power of quantum computing was quickly tempered by the realization that preserving quantum coherence made the implementation of practical quantum computers unlikely within decades. More... »

PAGES

195-204

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Mathematical Models of Non-Linear Excitations, Transfer, Dynamics, and Control in Condensed Systems and Other Media

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978-1-4613-7174-8
978-1-4615-4799-0

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