Order from chaos in quantum walks on cyclic graphs

@article{Panda2021OrderFC,
  title={Order from chaos in quantum walks on cyclic graphs},
  author={Abhisek Panda and Colin Benjamin},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2008.00316}
}
It has been shown classically that combining two chaotic random walks can yield an ordered(periodic) walk. Our aim in this paper is to find a quantum analog for this rather counter-intuitive result. We study chaotic and periodic nature of cyclic quantum walks and focus on an unique situation wherein a periodic quantum walk on 3-cycle graph is generated via a deterministic combination of two chaotic quantum walks on the same graph. 

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