Manipulating quantum information on the controllable systems or subspaces

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Zhang, Ming ; Xi, Zairong ; Wei, Jia-Hua (2010)
  • Subject: Mathematics - Optimization and Control | Computer Science - Systems and Control | Quantum Physics

In this paper, we explore how to constructively manipulate qubits by rotating Bloch spheres. It is revealed that three-rotation and one-rotation Hamiltonian controls can be constructed to steer qubits when two tunable Hamiltonian controls are available. It is demonstrat... View more
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