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Entangling atoms and ions in dissipative environments

Abstract:

Quantum information processing rests on our ability to manipulate quantum superpositions through coherent unitary transformations, and to establish entanglement between constituent quantum components of the processor. The quantum information processor (a linear ion trap, or a cavity confining the radiation field for example) exists in a dissipative environment. We discuss ways in which entanglement can be established within such dissipative environments. We can even make use of a strong inter...

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10.1080/09500340008232183

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Huelga, SF More by this author
Knight, PL More by this author
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Volume:
47
Issue:
14-15
Pages:
2583-2598
Publication date:
2000-11-05
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ISSN:
0950-0340
URN:
uuid:32e7e92c-1911-4036-b87d-09a6dc35525f
Source identifiers:
156375
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pubs:156375

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