Realizable quantum adiabatic search

@article{Hen2017RealizableQA,
  title={Realizable quantum adiabatic search},
  author={Itay Hen},
  journal={Europhysics Letters},
  year={2017},
  volume={118}
}
  • I. Hen
  • Published 19 December 2016
  • Physics
  • Europhysics Letters
Grover's unstructured search algorithm is one of the best examples to date for the superiority of quantum algorithms over classical ones. Its applicability, however, has been questioned by many due to its oracular nature. We propose a mechanism to carry out a quantum adiabatic variant of Grover's search algorithm using a single bosonic particle placed in an optical lattice. By studying the scaling of the gap and relevant matrix element in various spatial dimensions, we show that a quantum… 

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