Quantum Logic Circuits and Optical Signal Generation for a Three-Qubit, Optically Controlled, Solid-State Quantum Computer

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  author =       "Andrea {Del Duce} and Polina Bayvel",
  title =        "Quantum Logic Circuits and Optical Signal Generation
                 for a Three-Qubit, Optically Controlled, Solid-State
                 Quantum Computer",
  journal =      "IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum
  year =         "2009",
  month =        nov # "-" # dec,
  volume =       "15",
  number =       "6",
  pages =        "1694--1703",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, Deutsch-Jozsa
                 algorithm, controlled-phase gates, entangling gates,
                 optical control, optical signal generation, picosecond
                 optical pulse sequences, quantum logic circuits, random
                 fluctuations, solid-state quantum computer, logic
                 circuits, optical control, optical pulse generation,
                 optical signal detection, quantum computing, quantum
  DOI =          "doi:10.1109/JSTQE.2009.2024326",
  ISSN =         "1077-260X",
  abstract =     "We analyze the preparation of an experimental
                 demonstration for a three-qubit, optically controlled,
                 solid-state quantum computational system. First, using
                 a genetic programming approach, we design quantum logic
                 circuits, specifically tailored for our computational
                 model, which implement a three-qubit refined
                 Deutsch-Jozsa algorithm. Aiming at achieving the
                 shortest possible computational time, we compare two
                 design strategies based on exploiting two different
                 sets of entangling gates. The first set comprises fast
                 approximations of controlled-phase gates, while in the
                 second case, we exploit arbitrary entangling gates with
                 gate computational times shorter than those of the
                 first set. Then, considering some recently proposed
                 material implementations of this quantum computational
                 system, we discuss the generation of the
                 near-midinfrared, multi wavelength and picosecond
                 optical pulse sequences necessary for controlling the
                 presented quantum logic circuits. Finally, we analyze
                 potential sources of errors and assess the impact of
                 random fluctuations of the parameters controlling the
                 entangling gates on the overall quantum computational
                 system performance.",
  notes =        "Also known as \cite{5290118} See also

Genetic Programming entries for Andrea Del Duce Polina Bayvel