### Abstract

Language | English |
---|---|

Publication status | Published - 30 Jan 2014 |

### Fingerprint

### Keywords

- qubit interactions
- hybrid physical systems
- ancilla quantum computation

### Cite this

}

**A minimum control ancilla driven quantum computation scheme with repeat-until-success style gate generation.** / Halil-Shah, Kerem; K. L. Oi, Daniel.

Research output: Working paper

TY - UNPB

T1 - A minimum control ancilla driven quantum computation scheme with repeat-until-success style gate generation

AU - Halil-Shah, Kerem

AU - K. L. Oi, Daniel

PY - 2014/1/30

Y1 - 2014/1/30

N2 - Some two qubit interactions are singly sufficient for universal quantum computation but not without the use of an ancilla. Recent schemes for universal quantum computation have focused on hybrid physical systems using ancillae. In them, the application of resources is shifted to the ancilla system. We consider which 2-qubit interactions are universal in ancilla schemes where direct connections between main register qubits are forbidden. By the use of ancilla driven operations and repeat-until-success style random gates, a single fixed symmetric gate can be universal be control of the number of repetitions alone.

AB - Some two qubit interactions are singly sufficient for universal quantum computation but not without the use of an ancilla. Recent schemes for universal quantum computation have focused on hybrid physical systems using ancillae. In them, the application of resources is shifted to the ancilla system. We consider which 2-qubit interactions are universal in ancilla schemes where direct connections between main register qubits are forbidden. By the use of ancilla driven operations and repeat-until-success style random gates, a single fixed symmetric gate can be universal be control of the number of repetitions alone.

KW - qubit interactions

KW - hybrid physical systems

KW - ancilla quantum computation

UR - http://arxiv.org/abs/1401.8004

M3 - Working paper

BT - A minimum control ancilla driven quantum computation scheme with repeat-until-success style gate generation

ER -