Holonomic Quantum Control with Continuous Variable Systems.

  title={Holonomic Quantum Control with Continuous Variable Systems.},
  author={Victor V. Albert and Chi-Kou Shu and Stefan Krastanov and Chao Shen and Ren-Bao Liu and Zhen-Biao Yang and Robert J. Schoelkopf and Mazyar Mirrahimi and Michel H. Devoret and Liang Jiang},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  volume={116 14},
Universal computation of a quantum system consisting of superpositions of well-separated coherent states of multiple harmonic oscillators can be achieved by three families of adiabatic holonomic gates. The first gate consists of moving a coherent state around a closed path in phase space, resulting in a relative Berry phase between that state and the other states. The second gate consists of "colliding" two coherent states of the same oscillator, resulting in coherent population transfer… 

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