Quantum Simulation of the Majorana Equation and Unphysical Operations

@article{Casanova2011QuantumSO,
  title={Quantum Simulation of the Majorana Equation and Unphysical Operations},
  author={Jorge Casanova and Carlos Sab'in and Ju{\'a}n Le{\'o}n and I{\~n}igo L. Egusquiza and Rene Gerritsma and C. F. Roos and Juan J. Garc{\'i}a-Ripoll and E C Mar{\'i}a Solano},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2011}
}
  • Jorge Casanova, Carlos Sab'in, +5 authors E C María Solano
  • Published 2011
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Quantum Physics
  • A quantum simulator is a device engineered to reproduce the properties of an ideal quantum model. It allows the study of quantum systems that cannot be efficiently simulated on classical computers. While a universal quantum computer is also a quantum simulator, only particular systems have been simulated up to now. Still, there is a wealth of successful cases, such as spin models, quantum chemistry, relativistic quantum physics and quantum phase transitions. Here, we show how to design a… CONTINUE READING

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