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단행본
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Leuchs, Gerd. Beth, Thomas 1949-
Title Statement
Quantum information processing / Gerd Leuchs, Thomas Beth (eds.).
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Weinheim :   Wiley-VCH ,   c2003.  
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xx, 327 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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352740371X (acid-free paper)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Quantum computers. Quantum theory. Information theory.
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Book Introduction

Quantum processing and communication is emerging as a challenging technique at the beginning of the new millennium. An actual insight into the current research of quantum superposition, entanglement, and the quantum measurement process - the key ingredients of quantum information processing. The authors further address quantum protocols and algorithms. Complementary to similar programmes in other countries and at the european level, the German Research Foundation (DFG) started a focused research program on quantum information in 1999. The contributions - written by leading experts - bring together the latest results in quantum inforation as well as addressing questions


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Table of Contents


CONTENTS
List of Contributors = XVII
1 Algorithms for Quantum Systems - Quantum Algorithms / Th. Beth ; M. Grassl ; D. Janzing ; M. R o ·· tteler ; P. Wocjan ; R. Zeier = 1
  1.1 Introduction = 1
  1.2 Fast Quantum Signal Transforms = 1
  1.3 Quantum Error-correcting Codes = 3
  1.4 Efficient decomposition of quantum operations into given one-parameter groups = 5
  1.5 Simulation of Hamiltonians = 8
  References = 10
2 Quantum Information Processing and Error Correction with Jump Codes / G. Alber ; M. Mussinger ; A. Delgado = 14
  2.1 Introduction = 14
  2.2 Invertible quantum operations and error correction = 15
  2.3 Quantum error correction by jump codes = 17
    2.3.1 Spontaneous decay and quantum trajectories = 17
    2.3.2 Jump codes = 19
  2.4 Universal quantum gates in code spaces = 21
    2.4.1 Universal sets of quantum gates for qudit-systems = 21
    2.4.2 Universal one-qutrit gates = 22
    2.4.3 A universal entanglement gate = 23
  2.5 Summary and outlook = 25
  References = 26
3 Computational Model for the One-Way Quantum Computer : Concepts and Summary / R. Raussendorf ; H. J. Briegel = 28
  3.1 Introduction = 28
  3.2 The Q as a universal simulator of quantum logic networks = 30
  3.3 Non-network character of the Q = 35
  3.4 Computational model = 36
  3.5 Conclusion = 42
  References = 42
4 Simulation Tool Development Related to a Combinatorial Quantum Automaton Based on Trapped Ions / W. Mathis ; K. Pahlke = 44
  4.1 Introduction = 44
  4.2 Functional description and logic models = 46
  4.3 Concepts of open quantum system modeling = 46
  4.4 Modeling of the qubit system dynamics = 49
  4.5 Two CNOT-gate implementation proposals = 49
  4.6 Conclusions = 50
  References = 51
5 Increasing the Size of NMR Quantum Computers / S. J. Glaser ; R. Marx ; T. Reiss ; T. Schulte-Herbr u ·· ggen ; N. Khaneja ; J. M. Myers ; A. F. Fahmy = 53
  5.1 Introduction = 53
  5.2 Suitable molecules = 55
  5.3 Scaling problem for experiments based on pseudo-pure states = 56
  5.4 Approaching pure states = 58
  5.5 Scalable NMR quantum computing based on the thermal density opeator = 58
  5.6 Time-optimal implementation of quantum gates = 59
  5.7 Conclusion = 63
  References = 63
6 On Lossless Quantum Data Compression and Quantum Variable-Length Codes / R. Ahlswede ; N. Cai = 66
  6.1 Introduction = 66
  6.2 Codes, Lengths, Kraft Inequality and von Neumann Entropy Bound = 67
    6.2.1 The Codes = 67
    6.2.2 Length Observable and Average Length of Codewords = 68
    6.2.3 Kraft Inequality and von Neumann Entropy Bound = 68
    6.2.4 Base Length = 69
  6.3 Construct Long Codes from Variable-length Codes = 69
  6.4 Lossless Quantum Data Compression, if the Decoder is Informed about the Base Lengths = 70
  6.5 Code Analysis Based on the Base Length = 71
  6.6 Lossless Quantum Data Compression with a Classical Helper = 72
  6.7 Lossless Quantum Data Compression for Mixed State Sources = 75
  6.8 A Result on Tradeoff between Quantum and Classical Resources in Lossy Quantum Data Compression = 76
  References = 77
7 Entanglement Properties of Composite Quantum Systems / K. Eckert ; O. G u ·· hne ; F. Hulpke ; P. Hyllus ; J. Korbicz ; J. Mompart ; D. Bruß ; M. Lewenstein ; A. Sanpera = 79
  7.1 Introduction = 79
  7.2 Separability of composite quantum systems = 80
    7.2.1 The separability problem = 81
    7.2.2 Results on the separability problem = 82
  7.3 The distillability problem = 84
    7.3.1 Results on the distillability problem = 85
  7.4 Witness operators for the detection of entanglement = 86
    7.4.1 Definition and geometrical interpretation of witness operators = 86
    7.4.2 Results on witness operators = 88
  7.5 Quantum correlations in systems of fermionic and bosonic states = 90
    7.5.1 What is different with indistinguishable particles? = 90
    7.5.2 Results on quantum correlations for indistinguishable particles = 91
    7.5.3 Implementation of an entangling gate with bosons = 93
  7.6 Summary = 93
  References = 93
8 Non-Classical Gaussian States in Noisy Environments / S. Scheel ; D.-G. Welsch = 96
  8.1 Introduction = 96
  8.2 Gaussian states and Gaussian operations = 96
    8.2.1 Classicality = 98
    8.2.2 CP maps and partial measurements = 98
    8.2.3 Separability and entanglement = 99
  8.3 Entanglement degradation = 100
  8.4 Quantum teleportation in noisy environments = 102
    8.4.1 Imperfect teleportation = 103
    8.4.2 Teleportation fidelity = 104
    8.4.3 Choice of the coherent displacement = 106
  References = 107
9 Quantum Estimation with Finite Resources / T. C. Bschorr ; D. G. Fischer ; H. Mack ; W. P. Schleich ; M . Freyberger = 109
  9.1 Introduction = 109
  9.2 Quantum Devices and Channels = 110
  9.3 Estimating Quantum Channels = 111
  9.4 Entanglement and Estimation = 111
    9.4.1 Estimation using Single Qubits = 112
    9.4.2 Estimation using Entangled States = 114
  9.5 Generalized Estimation Schemes = 116
    9.5.1 Estimation with Two Channels = 116
    9.5.2 What is the Optimal Reference Channel? = 117
    9.5.3 Estimation with Werner States = 118
  9.6 Outlook = 119
  References = 120
10 Size Scaling of Decoherence Rates / C. S. Maierle ; D. Suter = 121
  10.1 Introduction = 121
  10.2 Decoherence Models = 122
  10.3 Collective and independent decoherence = 123
  10.4 Average decoherence rate as a measure of decoherence = 124
  10.5 Decoherence rate scaling due to partially correlated fields = 126
  10.6 Conclusion = 130
  References = 130
11 Reduced Collective Description of Spin-Ensembles / M. Michel ; H. Schmidt ; F. Tonner ; G. Mahler = 131
  11.1 Introduction = 131
  11.2 Operator representations = 132
  11.3 Hamilton models = 134
    11.3.1 Symmetry-constrained networks = 134
    11.3.2 Topology-constrained networks = 135
  11.4 State models = 135
    11.4.1 Totally permutation-symmetric subspace = 136
    11.4.2 Collective 1-particle excitations = 136
    11.4.3 1-parameter families of non-pure states = 136
    11.4.4 Families of separable states : "modules" = 137
  11.5 Ensembles = 137
    11.5.1 Trajectories and ergodicity = 137
    11.5.2 Leakage and storage capacity = 139
    11.5.3 Mixing strategies = 142
    11.5.4 State construction and separability = 143
  11.6 Summary and outlook = 143
  References = 144
12 Decoherence in Resonantly Driven Bistable Systems / S. Kohler ; P. H a ·· nggi = 145
  12.1 Introduction = 145
  12.2 The model and its symmetries = 145
  12.3 Coherent tunneling = 147
  12.4 Dissipative tunneling = 151
  12.5 Conclusions = 155
  12.6 Acknowledgments = 156
  References = 156
13 Entanglement and Decoherence in Cavity QED with a Trapped Ion / W. Vogel ; Ch. DiFidio = 157
  13.1 Introduction = 157
  13.2 Decoherence effects = 158
  13.3 Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger state = 160
  13.4 Photon-number control = 162
  13.5 Entanglement of separated atoms = 164
  13.6 Summary = 166
  References = 166
14 Quantum Information Processing with Ions Deterministically Coupled to an Optical Cavity / M. Keller ; B. Lange ; K. Hayasaka ; W. Lange ; H. Walther = 168
  14.1 Introduction = 168
  14.2 Deterministic coupling of ions and cavity field = 169
  14.3 Single-ion mapping of cavity-modes = 171
  14.4 Atom-photon interface = 174
  14.5 Single-photon source = 176
  14.6 Cavity-meditated two-ion coupling = 178
  References = 180
15 Strongly Coupled Atom-Cavity Systems / A. Kuhn ; M. Hennrich ; G. Rempe = 182
  15.1 Introduction = 182
  15.2 Atoms, Cavities and Light = 182
    15.2.1 Field Quantization in a Fabry-Perot Cavity = 183
    15.2.2 Two-Level Atom = 183
    15.2.3 Three-Level Atom = 184
    15.2.4 Adiabatic Passage = 186
  15.3 Single-Photon Sources = 187
    15.3.1 Vacuum-Stimulated Raman Scattering = 188
    15.3.2 Deterministic single-photon sequences = 189
  15.4 Summary and outlook = 192
  References = 193
16 A Relaxation-Free Verification of the Quantum Zeno Paradox on an Individual Atom / Ch. Balzer ; Th. Hannemann ; D. Reiß ; Ch. Wunderlich ; W. Neuhauser ; P. E. Toschek = 196
  16.1 Introduction = 196
  16.2 The hardware and basic procedure = 197
  16.3 First scheme : Statistics and of the sequences of equal results = 200
  16.4 Second scheme : Driving the ion by fractionated π-pulses = 202
  16.5 Conclusions = 205
  16.6 Survey of related work = 206
  References = 208
17 Spin Resonance with Trapped Ions : Experiments and New Concepts / K. Abich ; Ch. Balzer ; T. Hannemann ; F. Mintert ; W. Neuhauser ; D. Reiß ; P. E. Toschek ; Ch. Wunderlich = 210
  17.1 Introduction = 210
  17.2 Self-learning estimation of quantum states = 211
  17.3 Experimental realization of quantum channels = 213
  17.4 New concepts for QIP with trapped ions = 215
    17.4.1 Spin resonance with trapped ions = 216
    17.4.2 Simultaneous cooling of axial vibrational modes = 219
  17.5 Raman cooling of two trapped ions = 220
  References = 222
18 Controlled Single Neutral Atoms as Qubits / V. Gomer ; W. Alt ; S. Kuhr ; D. Schrader ; D. Meschede = 224
  18.1 Introduction = 224
  18.2 Cavity QED for QIP = 225
  18.3 Single Atom Controlled Manipulation = 225
  18.4 How to prepare exactly 2 atoms in a dipole trap? = 226
  18.5 Optical dipole trap = 227
  18.6 Relaxation and decoherence = 227
  18.7 Qubit conveyor belt = 229
  18.8 Outlook = 229
  18.9 Acknowledgement = 229
  References = 230
19 Towards Quantum Logic with Cold Atoms in a Co₂-Laser Optical Lattice / G. Cennini ; G. Ritt ; C. Geckeler ; R. Scheunemann ; M. Weitz = 235
  19.1 Introduction = 235
  19.2 Entanglement and Beyond = 236
  19.3 Quantum Logic and Far-detuned Optical Lattices = 237
  19.4 Resolving and Addressing cold atoms in single lattice sites = 239
  19.5 Recent work = 242
  References = 244
20 Quantum Information Processing with Atoms in Optical Micro-Structures / R. Dumke ; M. Volk ; T. M u ·· ther ; F. B. J. Buchkremer ; W. Ertmer ; G. Birkl = 246
  20.1 Introduction = 246
  20.2 Microoptical Elements for Quantum Information Processing = 247
  20.3 Experimental Setup = 248
  20.4 Scalable Qubit Registers Based on Arrays of Dipole Traps = 249
  20.5 Initialization, Manipulation and Readout = 250
  20.6 Variation of Trap Separation = 251
  20.7 Implementation of Qubit Gates = 252
  References = 255
21 Quantum Information Processing with Neutral Atoms on Atom Chips / P. Kr u ·· ger ; A. Haase ; R. Folman ; J. Schmiedmayer = 257
  21.1 Introduction = 257
  21.2 The atom chip = 257
  21.3 Quantum information processing = 259
    21.3.1 The Qubit = 259
    21.3.2 Entangling Qubits = 260
    21.3.3 Input/Output = 262
  21.4 Noise and decoherence = 262
  21.5 Summary and conclusion = 263
  21.6 Acknowledgements = 264
  References = 264
22 Fabrication and Measurement of Aluminum and Niobium Based Single-Electron Transistors and Charge Orbits / W. Krech ; D. Born ; M. Mihalik ; M. Grajcar = 266
  22.1 Introduction = 266
  22.2 Motivation for this Work = 267
  22.3 Sample Preparation = 268
    22.3.1 Scheme of the Junction Preparation Technique = 268
    22.3.2 Fabrication of Tunnel Devices : SET and Charge Qubit Structures = 269
  22.4 Experimental Results = 270
  22.5 Conclusions = 272
  References = 275
23 Quantum Dot Circuits for Quantum Computation / R. H. Blick ; A. K. H u ·· ttel ; A. W. Holleitner ; L. Pescini ; H. Lorenz = 277
  23.1 Introduction = 277
  23.2 Realizing quantum bits in double quantum dots = 278
  23.3 Controlling the electron spin in single dots = 285
  23.4 Summary = 290
  References = 290
24 Multiphoton Entanglement / M. Bourennane ; M. Eibl ; S. Gaertner ; N. Kiesel ; C. Kurtsiefer ; M. Zukowski ; H. Weinfurter = 292
  24.1 Introduction = 292
  24.2 Entangled multi-photon state preparation = 293
  24.3 Experiment = 294
  24.4 Quantum correlations = 295
  24.5 Bell Inequality = 297
  24.6 Entanglement robustness = 298
  24.7 Conclusions = 299
  References = 299
25 A Quantum Optical XOR Gate / H. Becker ; K. Schmid ; W. Dultz ; W. Martienssen ; H. Roskos = 301
  25.1 Introduction = 301
  25.2 Double Bump Photons = 301
  25.3 The XOR Gate = 303
  25.4 Quad bump photons = 306
  25.5 Outlook = 307
  References = 307
26 Quantum Structure of Fiber Solitons and Quantum Communication / G. Leuchs ; N. Korolkova ; Ch. Silberhorn ; O. Gl o ·· ckl ; S. Lorenz = 308
  26.1 Introduction = 308
  26.2 Quantum correlations and entanglement = 309
  26.3 Multimode quantum correlations = 310
    26.3.1 Intra-pulse quantum correlations = 311
    26.3.2 Higher-order solitons and soliton collisions = 313
  26.4 Generation of bright EPR-entangled beams = 314
  26.5 Direct experimental test of non-separability = 316
  26.6 Polarization variables = 318
  References = 319
Index = 323

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