Principles and methods of quantum information technologies / [edited by] Yoshihisa Yamamoto and Kouichi Semba.
Contributor(s): Yamamoto, Yoshihisa [editor]  Semba, Kouichi [editor].
Material type: TextSeries: Lecture notes in physics ; 911.Publisher: New York: Springer, 2016Description: xi, 624 p. : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9784431557555.Subject(s): Quantum computing  Physics  Quantum Information TechnologyDDC classification: 621.3822Item type  Current location  Call number  Status  Date due  Barcode  Item holds  

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1. Quantum Information Theory for Quantum Communication 
2. Quantum Communication for the Ultimate Capacity and Security 
3. Quantum Communication Experiments Over Optical Fiber 
4. Spinphoton Entanglement in Semiconductor Quantum Dots: Towards Solidstatebased Quantum Repeaters 
5. Optical Lattice Clocks for Precision Time and Frequency Metrology 
6. Cold Atom Magnetometers 
7. Photonic Quantum Metrologies Using Photons phase Supersensitivity and Entanglementenhanced Imaging 
8. Counting Statistics of Singleelectron Transport 
9. Some Recent Progress for approximation algorithms 
10. Coherent Computing with InjectionLocked Laser Network 
11. A Degenerate Optical Parametric Oscillator Network for Coherent Computation 
12. Coherent Ising Machines with Quantum Measurement and Feedback Control 
13. BoseEinstein Condensation: A Common Platform for Quantum Simulation Experiments 
14. Quantum Simulation Using Ultracold Ytterbium Atoms in an Optical Lattice 
15. Quantum Simulation with Trapped Ions?Experimental Realization of the JaynesCummingsHubbard Model? 
16. Equilibrium to Nonequilibrium Condensation in Drivendissipative Semiconductor Systems 
17. Highorbital Excitonpolariton Condensation: Towards Quantumsimulator Applications 
18. Layered Architectures for Quantum Computers and Quantum Repeaters 
19. Analysis of an Atomoptical Architecture for Quantum Computation 
20. Optical Hybrid Quantum Information Processing 
21. Microwave Photonics on a Chip: Superconducting Circuits as Artificial Atoms for Quantum Information Processing.
22. Achievements and Outlook of Research on Quantum Information Systems using Superconducting Quantum Circuits 
23. Parametric amplifier and oscillator based on Josephson junction circuitry 
24. SuperconductorDiamond Hybrid Quantum System 
25. Spin Qubits with Semiconductor Quantum Dots 
26. Silicon Quantum Information Processing 
27. Quantum Information Processing Experiments using Nuclear and Electron Spins in Molecules 
28. Molecular Spin Qubits: Molecular Optimization of Synthetic Spin Qubits, Molecular Spin AQC and Ensemble Spin Manipulation Technology.
This book presents the research and developmentrelated results of the “FIRST” Quantum Information Processing Project, which was conducted from 2010 to 2014 with the support of the Council for Science, Technology and Innovation of the Cabinet Office of the Government of Japan. The project supported 33 research groups and explored five areas: quantum communication, quantum metrology and sensing, coherent computing, quantum simulation, and quantum computing. The book is divided into seven main sections. Parts I through V, which consist of twenty chapters, focus on the system and architectural aspects of quantum information technologies, while Parts VI and VII, which consist of eight chapters, discuss the superconducting quantum circuit, semiconductor spin and molecular spin technologies. Readers will be introduced to new quantum computing schemes such as quantum annealing machines and coherent Ising machines, which have now arisen as alternatives to standard quantum computers and are designed to successfully address NPhard/NPcomplete combinatorial optimization problems, which are ubiquitous and relevant in our modern life. The book offers a balanced mix of theorybased and experimentationbased chapters written by leading researchers. Extensive information is provided on Quantum simulation, which focuses on the implementation of various manybody Hamiltonians in a wellcontrolled physical system, Quantum key distribution, Quantum repeaters and quantum teleportation, which are indispensable technologies for building quantum networks with various advanced applications and require far more sophisticated experimental techniques to implement.
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