Geometric quantum computation using nuclear magnetic resonance

@article{Jones2000GeometricQC,
  title={Geometric quantum computation using nuclear magnetic resonance},
  author={J. Jones and V. Vedral and A. Ekert and G. Castagnoli},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2000},
  volume={403},
  pages={869-871}
}
A significant development in computing has been the discovery that the computational power of quantum computers exceeds that of Turing machines. Central to the experimental realization of quantum information processing is the construction of fault-tolerant quantum logic gates. Their operation requires conditional quantum dynamics, in which one sub-system undergoes a coherent evolution that depends on the quantum state of another sub-system; in particular, the evolving sub-system may acquire a… Expand
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