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- B P Lanyon, J D Whitfield, G G Gillett, M E Goggin, M P Almeida, I Kassal +6 others
- Nature chemistry
- 2010

Exact first-principles calculations of molecular properties are currently intractable because their computational cost grows exponentially with both the number of atoms and basis set size. A solution is to move to a radically different model of computing by building a quantum computer, which is a device that uses quantum systems themselves to store and… (More)

- A Shabani, R L Kosut, M Mohseni, H Rabitz, M A Broome, M P Almeida +2 others
- Physical review letters
- 2011

The resources required to characterize the dynamics of engineered quantum systems--such as quantum computers and quantum sensors--grow exponentially with system size. Here we adapt techniques from compressive sensing to exponentially reduce the experimental configurations required for quantum process tomography. Our method is applicable to processes that… (More)

This study measured the levels of imipramine hydrochloride and desipramine hydrochloride (desmethylimipramine) in the plasma and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in 11 depressed patients. The oral doses correlated significantly with the plasma levels irrespective of different diagnostic categories. The CSF levels varied significantly. In the endogenous depressive… (More)

- M P Almeida, F de Melo, M Hor-Meyll, A Salles, S P Walborn, P H Souto Ribeiro +1 other
- Science
- 2007

We demonstrate the difference between local, single-particle dynamics and global dynamics of entangled quantum systems coupled to independent environments. Using an all-optical experimental setup, we showed that, even when the environment-induced decay of each system is asymptotic, quantum entanglement may suddenly disappear. This "sudden death" constitutes… (More)

We investigate the origin of the deviations from the classical Darcy law by numerical simulation of the Navier-Stokes equations in two-dimensional disordered porous media. We apply the Forchheimer equation as a phenomenological model to correlate the variations of the friction factor for different porosities and flow conditions. At sufficiently high… (More)

Deterministic quantum computation with one pure qubit (DQC1) is an efficient model of computation that uses highly mixed states. Unlike pure-state models, its power is not derived from the generation of a large amount of entanglement. Instead it has been proposed that other nonclassical correlations are responsible for the computational speedup, and that… (More)

- G G Gillett, R B Dalton, B P Lanyon, M P Almeida, M Barbieri, G J Pryde +4 others
- Physical review letters
- 2010

A goal of the emerging field of quantum control is to develop methods for quantum technologies to function robustly in the presence of noise. Central issues are the fundamental limitations on the available information about quantum systems and the disturbance they suffer in the process of measurement. In the context of a simple quantum control scenario-the… (More)

We investigate fluid flow through disordered porous media by direct simulation of the Navier-Stokes equations in a two-dimensional percolation structure. We find, in contrast to the log-normal distribution for the local currents found in the analog random resistor network, that over roughly 5 orders of magnitude the distribution n͑E͒ of local kinetic energy… (More)

- J S Andrade, A M Alencar, M P Almeida, J Mendes Filho, S V Buldyrev, S Zapperi +2 others

We investigate the fluid flow through a cascade of bifurcations by direct simulation of the 2D Navier-Stokes equations. We show that, for a fully symmetric tree with n generations (n $ 3͒, the flow distribution becomes significantly heterogeneous at an increased Reynolds number. We develop a binary tree model and find that the distribution of flow at the… (More)