Simulation of n-qubit quantum systems: A computer-algebraic approach View Full Text


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DATE

2007-03

AUTHORS

T. Radtke, S. Fritzsche, A. Surzhykov

ABSTRACT

During the last decade, the field of quantum computation has attracted a lot of interest and motivated many theoretical and experimental studies of n-qubit quantum systems. But apart from the promise of more efficient quantum algorithms, these investigations also revealed a number of obstacles which still have to be overcome in practice. In this context, the use of simulation programs has proved to be an appropriate method. In order to facilitate the simulation of n-qubit quantum systems, we present the Feynman software program to provide the necessary tools to define and to deal with quantum registers as well as the operators acting on them. Using an interactive design within the framework of the computer algebra system Maple, we hope that the Feynman software program will be useful not only for teaching the basic elements of quantum computing but also for studying their physical realization in the future. More... »

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107-111

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