Sequences of selective rotation operators to engineer interactions for quantum annealing on three qutrits

  title={Sequences of selective rotation operators to engineer interactions for quantum annealing on three qutrits},
  author={V. E. Zobov and I. S. Pichkovskiy},
  booktitle={International Conference on Micro- and Nano-Electronics},
We have done simulating of factorization the number 15 on three qutrits, represented by the spins S = 1, by quantum annealing. We assume that strong one-spin interaction allow selectively operate on different transitions between levels of the each qutrit. We present a sequence of selective rotation operators to engineer from dipole-dipole interaction a timedependent effective Hamiltonian necessary for solving the problem. Also we find dependence of fidelity versus different parameters: magnetic… 
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