Realizing universal Majorana fermionic quantum computation

@article{Wu2014RealizingUM,
  title={Realizing universal Majorana fermionic quantum computation},
  author={Ya-Jie Wu and Jing He and Su-Peng Kou},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2014},
  volume={90},
  pages={022324}
}
Majorana-fermionic quantum computation (MFQC) was proposed by Bravyi and Kitaev (See Ref.\cite{Kitaev}), in which a fault-torrent (non-topological) quantum computer built from Majorana fermions may be more efficient than that built from distinguishable two-state systems. However, till now people don't know how to realize a MFQC in a physical system. In this paper we proposed a possible realization of MFQC. We find that the end of a line-defect of p-wave superconductor or superfluid on a… 
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