Quantum Information Processing, Second Edition

Quantum Information Processing, Second Edition

Editor(s): Thomas Beth, Gerd Leuchs

Published Online: 13 DEC 2005

Print ISBN: 9783527405411

Online ISBN: 9783527606009

DOI: 10.1002/3527606009

About this Book

Quantum processing and communication is emerging as a challenging technique at the beginning of the new millennium. This is an up-to-date insight into the current research of quantum superposition, entanglement, and the quantum measurement process - the key ingredients of quantum information processing. The authors further address quantum protocols and algorithms. Complementary to similar programmes in other countries and at the European level, the German Research Foundation (DFG) realized a focused research program on quantum information. The contributions - written by leading experts - bring together the latest results in quantum information as well as addressing all the relevant questions.

Table of contents

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    2. Chapter 1

      Algorithms for Quantum Systems – Quantum Algorithms (pages 1–13)

      Th. Beth, M. Grassl, D. Janzing, M. Rötteler, P. Wocjan and R. Zeier

    3. Chapter 5

      Increasing the Size of NMR Quantum Computers (pages 58–69)

      S. J. Glaser, R. Marx, T. Reiss, T. Schulte-Herbrüggen, N. Khaneja, J. M. Myers and A. F. Fahmy

    4. Chapter 7

      Entanglement Properties of Composite Quantum Systems (pages 83–99)

      K. Eckert, O. Gühne, F. Hulpke, P. Hyllus, J. Korbicz, J. Mompart, D. Bruß, M. Lewenstein and A. Sanpera

    5. Chapter 9

      Quantum Estimation with Finite Resources (pages 113–124)

      Thorsten C. Bschorr, Dietmar G. Fischer, Holger Mack, Wolfgang P. Schleich and Matthias Freyberger

    6. Chapter 11

      Reduced Collective Description of Spin-Ensembles (pages 135–149)

      Mathias Michel, Harry Schmidt, Friedemann Tonner and Günter Mahler

    7. Chapter 16

      Quantum Information Processing with Ions Deterministically Coupled to an Optical Cavity (pages 209–222)

      Matthias Keller, Birgit Lange, Kazuhiro Hayasaka, Wolfgang Lange and Herbert Walther

    8. Chapter 18

      A Relaxation-Free Verification of the Quantum Zeno Paradox on an Individual Atom (pages 237–250)

      Ch. Balzer, Th. Hannemann, D. Reiß, Ch. Wunderlich, W. Neuhauser and P. E. Toschek

    9. Chapter 19

      Spin Resonance with Trapped Ions: Experiments and New Concepts (pages 251–264)

      K. Abich, Ch. Balzer, T. Hannemann, F. Mintert, W. Neuhauser, D. Reiß, P.E. Toschek and Ch. Wunderlich

    10. Chapter 20

      Controlled Single Neutral Atoms As Qubits (pages 265–274)

      V. Gomer, W. Alt, S. Kuhr, D. Schrader and D. Meschede

    11. Chapter 23

      Quantum Information Processing with Neutral Atoms on Atom Chips (pages 298–311)

      Peter Krüger, Albrecht Haase, Mauritz Andersson and Jörg Schmiedmayer

    12. Chapter 26

      Quantum Dot Circuits for Quantum Computation (pages 338–352)

      R. H. Blick, A. K. Hüttel, A. W. Holleitner, L. Pescini and H. Lorenz

    13. Chapter 29

      Multiphoton Entanglement (pages 393–404)

      Mohamed Bourennane, Manfred Eibl, Sascha Gaertner, Nikolai Kiesel, Christian Kurtsiefer, Marek Żukowski and Harald Weinfurter

    14. Chapter 31

      A Quantum Optical XOR Gate (pages 418–424)

      H. Becker, K. Schmid, W. Dultz, W. Martienssen and H. Roskos

    15. Chapter 32

      Quantum Fiber Solitons – Generation, Entanglement, and Detection (pages 425–442)

      Gerd Leuchs, Natalia Korolkova, Oliver Glöck, Stefan Lorenz, Joel Heersink, Christine Silberhorn, Christoph Marquardt and Ulrik L. Andersen

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