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Implementing quantum stochastic differential equations on a quantum computer

  • Gé VissersEmail author
  • Luc Bouten
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Abstract

We study how to solve quantum stochastic differential equations (QSDEs) using a quantum computer. This is illustrated by an implementation of the QSDE that models the interaction of a laser driven two-level atom with the electromagnetic field in the vacuum state, on the IBMqx4 Tenerife quantum computer (IBM in The IBM Q experience. https://quantumexperience.ng.bluemix.net/qx. Accessed 23 Nov 2018, 2018). We compare the resulting master equation and quantum filtering equations to existing theory. In this way we characterize the performance of the computer.

Keywords

Quantum computing Quantum optics Quantum stochastic differential equations Quantum filtering 

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  1. 1.Q1t BVMolenhoekThe Netherlands

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