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Quantum Information Processing

, Volume 8, Issue 5, pp 415–429 | Cite as

Entanglement and Berry phase in a 9 × 9 Yang–Baxter system

  • Chunfang Sun
  • Kang Xue
  • Gangcheng Wang
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Abstract

A M-matrix which satisfies the Hecke algebraic relations is presented. Via the Yang–Baxterization approach, we obtain a unitary solution \({\breve{R}(\theta,\varphi_{1},\varphi_{2})}\) of Yang–Baxter equation. It is shown that any pure two-qutrit entangled states can be generated via the universal \({\breve{R}}\)-matrix assisted by local unitary transformations. A Hamiltonian is constructed from the \({\breve{R}}\)-matrix, and Berry phase of the Yang–Baxter system is investigated. Specifically, for \({\varphi_{1}\,{=}\,\varphi_{2}}\), the Hamiltonian can be represented based on three sets of SU(2) operators, and three oscillator Hamiltonians can be obtained. Under this framework, the Berry phase can be interpreted.

Keywords

Quantum entanglement Berry phase Yang–Baxter equation 

PACS

03.67.Mn 02.40.-k 03.65.Vf 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of PhysicsNortheast Normal UniversityChangchunPeople’s Republic of China

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