Measurement-induced disturbance in Heisenberg XY spin model with Dzialoshinskii—Moriya interaction under intrinsic decoherence

  title={Measurement-induced disturbance in Heisenberg XY spin model with Dzialoshinskii—Moriya interaction under intrinsic decoherence},
  author={Chenghao Shen and Guo‐Feng Zhang and Kai-Ming Fan and Hanjie Zhu},
  journal={Chinese Physics B},
Quantum correlations measured by measurement-induced disturbance (MID) in a two-qubit Heisenberg XY spin model with Dzialoshinskii—Moriya (DM) interaction under intrinsic decoherence are investigated. MID is studied under various circumstances and the influences of the external dependencies on the final quantum state which has stable MID are discussed. Two kinds of initial quantum states are considered as well as different conclusions. MID appears to decay periodically during the processing of… 
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