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Quantum Fourier states and gates: Teleportation via rough entanglement

  title={Quantum Fourier states and gates: Teleportation via rough entanglement},
  author={Mario Mastriani},
Quantum Fourier gates (QFG) constitute a family of quantum gates that result from an exact combination of the quantum Fourier transform (QFT) and the SWAP gate. As a direct consequence of this, the Feynman gate is a particular case of that family, just as the Bell states are particular cases of the states that are also derived from the aforementioned family. Besides, this new tool will allow us to demonstrate that teleportation is not something that happens exclusively thanks to some level of… 



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  • T. Paul
  • Physics
    Mathematical Structures in Computer Science
  • 2007
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