Observing single quantum trajectories of a superconducting quantum bit

  title={Observing single quantum trajectories of a superconducting quantum bit},
  author={Kater W. Murch and Sophia J. Weber and Chris Macklin and imran. siddiqi},
The length of time that a quantum system can exist in a superposition state is determined by how strongly it interacts with its environment. This interaction entangles the quantum state with the inherent fluctuations of the environment. If these fluctuations are not measured, the environment can be viewed as a source of noise, causing random evolution of the quantum system from an initially pure state into a statistical mixture—a process known as decoherence. However, by accurately measuring… CONTINUE READING
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