Toward a Scalable , Silicon-Based Quantum Computing Architecture

@inproceedings{Copsey2001TowardAS,
  title={Toward a Scalable , Silicon-Based Quantum Computing Architecture},
  author={Dean Copsey and Mark Oskin and Francois Impens and Tzvetan Metodiev and A. Cross and Frederic T. Chong and Isaac L. Chuang and John Kubiatowicz},
  year={2001}
}
Advances in quantum devices have brought scalable quantum computation closer to reality. We focus on the system-level issues of how quantum devices can be brought together to form a scalable architecture. In particular, we examine promising silicon-based proposals. We discover that communication of quantum data is a critical resource in such proposals. We find that traditional techniques using quantum SWAP gates are exponentially expensive as distances increase and propose quantum teleportation… CONTINUE READING
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