Lattice Codes with Built in Dynamical Protection for Solid State Quantum Computation
Technical Report,01 Nov 2010,30 Apr 2014
University of California - Riverside Riverside United States
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Introduction Quantum coherence is the key feature that differentiates a quantum computer from a classical one. It is the property that allows for the quantum parallelism, which, in turn, gives the speed-up of the quantum computation e.g., the Shors factoring algorithm. Unfortunately, the elements qubits of any conceivable quantum computer interact with the environment, leading to coherence loss. Thus, to enable quantum computation, coherence has to be constantly protected.
- Quantum Theory and Relativity