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Title: SKIRTING AROUND THE NO-GO THEOREM IN MEASUREMENT-BASED QUANTUM COMPUTATION
Authors: THI HA KYAW
Keywords: cluster states, measurement-based quantum computation, adiabatic evolution, condensed matter
Issue Date: 14-Jul-2015
Citation: THI HA KYAW (2015-07-14). SKIRTING AROUND THE NO-GO THEOREM IN MEASUREMENT-BASED QUANTUM COMPUTATION. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A cluster state cannot be a unique ground state of a two-body interacting Hamil- tonian. Here, we propose the creation of a cluster state of logical qubits encoded in spin-1/2 particles by adiabatically weakening two-body interactions. The proposal is valid for any spatial dimensional cluster states. Errors induced by thermal fluctuations and adiabatic evolution within finite time can be eliminated ensuring fault-tolerant quantum computing schemes.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/121114
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