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High-speed processor for quantum-computing emulation and its applications

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High-speed processor for quantum-computing emulation and its applications
A high-speed and large-scale processor dedicated to quantum computing is proposed, which has the minimum operation function needed for execution of a quantum algorithm. In this processor, the probability amplitudes determined by the states of the quantum bits in the quantum computer are described using only one bit, and we named it a logic quantum processor. It is found that for this processor an execution speed 275 times higher than that of a software simulation is obtained when the processor executing the quantum algorithm for 16 qubit has been implemented in a FPGA. As an example application, it is shown that the processor can solve the satisfiability problem and that it can also simulate the decoherence in the quantum computer at high speed.
Minoru Fujishima, Kaoru Saito, M. Onouchi, Koichir
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ISCAS
Authors Minoru Fujishima, Kaoru Saito, M. Onouchi, Koichiro Hoh
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