Experimental One-Way Quantum Computing

  title={Experimental One-Way Quantum Computing},
  author={P.Walther and K.J.Resch and T.Rudolph and E.Schenck and H.Weinfurter and V.Vedral and M.Aspelmeyer and A.Zeilinger},
Standard quantum computation is based on sequences of unitary quantum logic gates that process qubits. [] Key Result Finally, our implementation of Grover's search algorithm demonstrates that one-way quantum computation is ideally suited for such tasks.

One-way quantum computing in superconducting circuits

This work proposes an alternative initial state with properties of maximal persistence and maximal connectedness, reducing the required resources of one-way quantum computing protocols.

One‐way Quantum Computation

This chapter provides an introduction to one-way quantum computation, and several of the techniques one can use to describe it, and introduces graph and cluster states and develop a notation for general single-qubit measurements.

Quantum Computing with Cluster States

It is shown that the two quantum computing models are equivalent by demonstrating how cluster states can be used to simulate quantum circuits efficiently and includes a short account on how to produce optical cluster states.

Realization of deterministic 3-qubit quantum Toffoli gate with a single photon

Optimizing the physical realization of quantum gates is important to build a quantum computer. Fredkin gate, also named controlled-swap gate, can be widely applicable in various quantum information

Deterministic one-way logic gates on a cloud quantum computer

This work proposes new protocols to realize a deterministic one-way CNOT gate and one- way X rotations on current quantum-computing platforms by applying a delayed-choice scheme, overcome a limit of most currently available quantum computers.

Implementing Grover's search algorithm using the one-way quantum computing model and photonic orbital angular momentum.

Standard quantum computation proceeds via the unitary evolution of physical qubits (twolevel systems) that carry the information. A remarkably different model is one-way quantum computing where a

Measurement-based quantum computation

Quantum computation offers a promising new kind of information processing, where the non-classical features of quantum mechanics are harnessed and exploited. A number of models of quantum computation

Measurement-Based Quantum Computation

  • T. Wei
  • Physics, Computer Science
    Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Physics
  • 2021
The measurement-based approach offers a potential alternative to the standard circuit approach to realize a practical quantum computer and provides useful connections to the emergence of time ordering, computational complexity and classical spin models, blind quantum computation, etc.

Quantum Circuit Synthesis Targeting to Improve One-Way Quantum Computation Pattern Cost Metrics

A multiobjective quantum circuit synthesis method is proposed that generates a set of quantum circuits and attempts to simultaneously improve the measurement pattern cost metrics after the translation from this set ofquantum circuits.

Simulation of n-qubit quantum systems. V. Quantum measurements