# Quantum computation with quantum dots

@article{Loss1998QuantumCW, title={Quantum computation with quantum dots}, author={Daniel Loss and David P. DiVincenzo}, journal={Physical Review A}, year={1998}, volume={57}, pages={120-126} }

We propose an implementation of a universal set of one- and two-quantum-bit gates for quantum computation using the spin states of coupled single-electron quantum dots. Desired operations are effected by the gating of the tunneling barrier between neighboring dots. Several measures of the gate quality are computed within a recently derived spin master equation incorporating decoherence caused by a prototypical magnetic environment. Dot-array experiments that would provide an initial…

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