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Implementation of polarization-encoded quantum Toffoli gate

  • Debajyoti Samanta
Research Article
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Abstract

Optics plays an important role in data processing. In this context, optical nonlinear material is very useful for superfast switching operations. Again polarization-based encoding and decoding technique plays a convenient way for data processing. In this paper, a new method to implement a quantum Toffoli gate with the active use of optical nonlinear material and polarization-based encoding technique is reported.

Keywords

Quantum logic gate Optical computing Optical nonlinear material Polarization encoding Kerr effect 

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© The Optical Society of India 2018

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of PhysicsRampurhat CollegeRampurhatIndia

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