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An Introduction to Quantum Computing using Cavity QED concepts

@article{Burell2012AnIT,
  title={An Introduction to Quantum Computing using Cavity QED concepts},
  author={Zachary M. Burell},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2012}
}
We present a concise but complete conceptual treatment of quantum computing implemented with Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics (CQED. The paper is intended as a brief overview for professionals who are coming over to the field from other areas and who may have not discussed the concepts behind quantum computing during their technical training. 

Single mode fibre based interaction of trapped ions enhanced by optical cavities

This work should provide a useful framework for optimal integration of cavities, and the tolerances to misalignment, which should allow for future ion-trap quantum computer designs to be more efficient and help increase the number of qubits, paving the way to develop a useful universal quantum computer.

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