Efficient generation of graph states for quantum computation


Clark, S. R., Alves, C. M. and Jaksch, D., 2005. Efficient generation of graph states for quantum computation. New Journal of Physics, 7 (124), 043618.

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We present an entanglement generation scheme which allows arbitrary graph states to be efficiently created in a linear quantum register via an auxiliary entangling bus. The dynamics of the entangling bus is described by an effective non-interacting fermionic system undergoing mirror-inversion in which qubits, encoded as local fermionic modes, become entangled purely by Fermi statistics. We discuss a possible implementation using two species of neutral atoms stored in an optical lattice and find that the scheme is realistic in its requirements even in the presence of noise.


Item Type Articles
CreatorsClark, S. R., Alves, C. M. and Jaksch, D.
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Uncontrolled Keywordsquant-ph
DepartmentsFaculty of Science > Physics
ID Code47160
Additional Information4 pages, 3 figures, RevTex 4; v2 - Major changes and new results


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