2007 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show - Nanotech 2007 - 10th Annual

QBITS Simulations for Develompment of Quantum Computer using the DSP 6711

V.H. Téllez, G. Duchen, A. Campero and C. Iuga

quantum gates, simulation, quantum computer

Quantum computation is a new technology with the potential for providing exponential parallelism, but a quantum computation is a series of quantum logic gates. This work uses the DSP 6711 to simulate the different quantum gates for generating a quantum circuit. This modeling uses the hardware based on Shoeringer equation time-dependent, where the Hamiltonian takes the form of is sufficiently general to capture the salient features of most physical models of the Quantum Computer. Interactions between quantum bits that involve different spin components have been left out in because we are not awere of a candidate technology of Quantum Computer where these would be important.

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