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Quantum computers,10.1038/nature08812,Nature,T. D. Ladd,F. Jelezko,R. Laflamme,Y. Nakamura,C. Monroe,J. L. O'Brien
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T. D. Ladd
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F. Jelezko
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R. Laflamme
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Y. Nakamura
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C. Monroe
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J. L. O'Brien
Over the past several decades,
quantum information
science has emerged to seek answers to the question: can we gain some advantage by storing, transmitting and processing information encoded in systems that exhibit unique quantum properties? Today it is understood that the answer is yes, and many research groups around the world are working towards the highly ambitious technological goal of building a quantum computer, which would dramatically improve computational power for particular tasks. A number of physical systems, spanning much of modern physics, are being developed for quantum computation. However, it remains unclear which technology, if any, will ultimately prove successful. Here we describe the latest developments for each of the leading approaches and explain the major challenges for the future.
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..., provide exponential computational advantage for particular task
...
Alberto Peruzzo
,
et al.
Multimode quantum interference of photons in multiport integrated devi...
... The quantum superposition principle has become of paramount importance also for the growing field of quantum information scienc
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Stefan Gerlich
,
et al.
Quantum interference of large organic molecules
...; there have been several experiments to demonstrate universal quantum gate sets in different physical architecture
...
XiaoQi Zhou
,
et al.
Adding control to arbitrary unknown quantum operations
...However, towards building scalable quantum computing machine [
2
], decoherence that commonly exists in all schemes is still a severe problem to be overcome...
Shibei Xue
,
et al.
Quantum operation for one nonMarkovian qubit via AC control
...Optical “flying” qubits are for instance ideal for quantum communication [2], while solidstate “stationary” qubits are good candidates for quantum computations [
3
]...
A. Boyer de la Giroday
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et al.
Highspeed electrical control of a solidstate photonic quantum interf...
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Multimode quantum interference of photons in multiport integrated devices
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Citations: 2
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Alberto Peruzzo
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Anthony Laing
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Alberto Politi
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Jeremy L. O'Brien
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Quantum interference of large organic molecules
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Sandra Eibenberger
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Mathias Tomandl
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Stefan Nimmrichter
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Klaus Hornberger
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Paul J. Fagan
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Jens Tüxen
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Markus Arndt
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Nature Communications
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Adding control to arbitrary unknown quantum operations
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Alberto Peruzzo
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Benjamin P. Lanyon
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Jeremy L. O'Brien
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Nature Communications
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Quantum operation for one nonMarkovian qubit via AC control
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Jing Zhang
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Rebing Wu
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Chunwen Li
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Highspeed electrical control of a solidstate photonic quantum interface
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