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Integrated Programmable Controlled Phase Gate Design for Quantum Information Processing

@inproceedings{Bacsay2021IntegratedPC,
  title={Integrated Programmable Controlled Phase Gate Design for Quantum Information Processing},
  author={Yalin Bacsay and Serdar Kocaman},
  year={2021}
}
In this paper, we proposed a design of integrated programmable controlled-phase (CPHASE) gate to be used in quantum information processing applications. This gate is capable of introducing arbitrary phase difference to target qubit in the case of control qubit being in the state of |1>. Because the desired phase difference is possible to be utilized after fabrication unlike the conventional controlled-phase gates which provide hard-coded phase shift, such an integrated gate is expected to pave… 

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