Shunsuke Miyashita

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(Received) We describe a quantum algorithm to compute the density of states and thermal equilibrium properties of quantum many-body systems. We present results obtained by running this algorithm on a software implementation of a 21-qubit quantum computer for the case of an antiferromagnetic Heisenberg model on triangular lattices of different size. Recent(More)
The general conclusion of Seevinck and Larsson is that our model exploits the so-called coincidence-time loophole and produces sinusoidal (quantum-like) correlations but does not model the singlet state because it does not violate the relevant Bell inequality derived by Larsson and Gill, since in order to obtain the sinusoidal correlations the probability(More)
One of our main goal is to provide a VR chemical laboratory system as a VR-learning system for the people, i.e., who have to stay in the hospital. Therefore we have already proposed an interactive model of virtual liquid like water which focus on user impression and real-time processing rather than exact behavior simulation. However free fall water was(More)
We propose a single-particle Mach-Zehnder interferometer experiment in which the path length of one arm can change before each passage of a particle through the interferometer. We demonstrate that this experiment can be used to determine to which extent quantum theory provides a description of the observed detection events that goes beyond statistical(More)
– Starting from the data gathering and analysis procedures used in idealized Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen-Bohm experiments with photons, we construct a simulation algorithm in which every crucial element of the experiments has a counterpart. The algorithm satisfies Einstein's criteria of local causality and generates the same type of data as recorded in these(More)
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