Approach to realizing nonadiabatic geometric gates with prescribed evolution paths

  title={Approach to realizing nonadiabatic geometric gates with prescribed evolution paths},
  author={K. Z. Li and P.Z. Zhao and D. M. Tong},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
Nonadiabatic geometric phases are only dependent on the evolution path of a quantum system but independent of the evolution details, and therefore quantum computation based on nonadiabatic geometric phases is robust against control errors. To realize nonadiabatic geometric quantum computation, it is necessary to ensure that the quantum system undergoes a cyclic evolution and the dynamical phases are removed from the total phases. To satisfy these conditions, the evolution paths in previous… 

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