Though attractive from scalability aspects, optical approaches to quantum computing are highly prone to decoherence and rapid population loss due to nonradiative processes such as vibrational redistribution. We show that such effects can be reduced by adiabatic coherent control, in which quantum interference between multiple excitation pathways is used to cancel coupling to the unwanted, non‐radiative channels. We focus on experimentally demonstrated adiabatic controlled population transfer experiments wherein the details on the coherence aspects are yet to be explored theoretically but are important for quantum computation. Such quantum computing schemes also form a back‐action connection to coherent control developments.
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Research Article| November 15 2006
Adiabatic Quantum Computation: Coherent Control Back Action
AIP Conf. Proc. 864, 273–294 (2006)
Debabrata Goswami; Adiabatic Quantum Computation: Coherent Control Back Action. AIP Conf. Proc. 15 November 2006; 864 (1): 273–294. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.2400899
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