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Computational complexity of the Rydberg blockade in two dimensions

  title={Computational complexity of the Rydberg blockade in two dimensions},
  author={Hannes Pichler and Sheng-Tao Wang and Leo Zhou and Soonwon Choi and Mikhail D. Lukin},
We discuss the computational complexity of finding the ground state of the two-dimensional array of quantum bits that interact via strong van der Waals interactions. Specifically, we focus on systems where the interaction strength between two spins depends only on their relative distance $x$ and decays as $1/x^6$ that have been realized with individually trapped homogeneously excited neutral atoms interacting via the so-called Rydberg blockade mechanism. We show that the solution to NP-complete… 

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