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Nuclear magnetic resonance quantum computation

Abstract:

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is arguably both the best and the worst technology we have for the implementation of small quantum computers. Its strengths lie in the ease with which arbitrary unitary transformations can be implemented, and the great experimental simplicity arising from the low energy scale and long time scale of radio frequency transitions; its weaknesses lie in the difficulty of implementing essential non-unitary operations, most notably initialisation and measurement. Thi...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Physics, Atomic and Laser Physics
Role:
Author
Volume:
79
Pages:
357-+
Publication date:
2004-01-01
ISSN:
0924-8099
URN:
uuid:c08493dd-ca94-4e42-adb5-a2bfeb86561b
Source identifiers:
17037
Local pid:
pubs:17037
ISBN:
0-444-51728-6

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