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Black Hole Type Quantum Computing in Critical Bose-Einstein Systems

  title={Black Hole Type Quantum Computing in Critical Bose-Einstein Systems},
  author={G. R. Dvali and Mischa Panchenko},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory},
Recent ideas about understanding physics of black hole information-processing in terms of quantum criticality allow us to implement black hole mechanisms of quantum computing within critical Bose-Einstein systems. The generic feature, uncovered both by analytic and numeric studies, is the emergence at the critical point of gapless weakly-interacting modes, which act as qubits for information-storage at a very low energy cost. These modes can be effectively described in terms of either… Expand

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