Dave Bacon on Quantum Error Correction. Slides in PPT.

... There are distinct PHYSICAL and DYNAMICAL reasons why robust classical computation is possible. not all physical systems are equally good for computation: there exist systems whose PHYSICS guarantees their ability to enact robust classical computation. What is the phase of matter corresponding to th ...

... There are distinct PHYSICAL and DYNAMICAL reasons why robust classical computation is possible. not all physical systems are equally good for computation: there exist systems whose PHYSICS guarantees their ability to enact robust classical computation. What is the phase of matter corresponding to th ...

Qubits based on electrons on helium The basic building block of a

... We will continue to develop the RF-SET and optimize its performance aiming for single shot measurement. In our best measurements, it is still the cold amplifier which limits the performance of our RF-SET. In collaboration with John Clarke's group at Berkeley, we will add a microwave SQUID amplifier ...

... We will continue to develop the RF-SET and optimize its performance aiming for single shot measurement. In our best measurements, it is still the cold amplifier which limits the performance of our RF-SET. In collaboration with John Clarke's group at Berkeley, we will add a microwave SQUID amplifier ...

Properties of the Von Neumann entropy

... S(ρAB ) = 0 in the case of a bipartite pure state. That is, for the whole system the state is completely known, yet considering only one of the subsystems the measurement result could be complete random. This is the consequence of quantum entanglement. If we could somehow define a conditional Von Ne ...

... S(ρAB ) = 0 in the case of a bipartite pure state. That is, for the whole system the state is completely known, yet considering only one of the subsystems the measurement result could be complete random. This is the consequence of quantum entanglement. If we could somehow define a conditional Von Ne ...

PPT

... scheme that compresses the specification to n(H(p) + ) bits while introducing an error with probability at most Intuitively, there is a subset of {1,…,d}n, called the “typical sequences”, that has size 2n(H(p) + ) and probability 1 − A nice way to prove the theorem, is based on two cleverly ...

... scheme that compresses the specification to n(H(p) + ) bits while introducing an error with probability at most Intuitively, there is a subset of {1,…,d}n, called the “typical sequences”, that has size 2n(H(p) + ) and probability 1 − A nice way to prove the theorem, is based on two cleverly ...

Quantum Computing

... • Currently, computer chips are filled with gates only fractions of a micron wide • Gates will move to the atomic level • At an atomic level matter obeys different rules – Quantum Mechanics – Allows completely new algorithms – Better than cramming more gates on a chip ...

... • Currently, computer chips are filled with gates only fractions of a micron wide • Gates will move to the atomic level • At an atomic level matter obeys different rules – Quantum Mechanics – Allows completely new algorithms – Better than cramming more gates on a chip ...

Runtime Authentication in Highly-Secured Network

... process is that the user is either accepted as a legitimate user or rejected as an invalid user, while attempting to access the system. • Active Intruder in a network is one, who intrudes an ongoing communication, modifies data packets, and sends them to the receiver. • Quantum entanglement is a phe ...

... process is that the user is either accepted as a legitimate user or rejected as an invalid user, while attempting to access the system. • Active Intruder in a network is one, who intrudes an ongoing communication, modifies data packets, and sends them to the receiver. • Quantum entanglement is a phe ...