Computational Advantage from Quantum-Controlled Ordering of Gates

Workgroup Brukner Group


07. Jan 2015  — Quantum computation procedures are usually performed by applying gates in a fixed order. In the new publication "Computational Advantage from Quantum-Controlled Ordering of Gates" in Physical Review Letters, CoQuS student Mateus Araújo, CoQuS alumnus Fabio Costa and Časlav Brukner show that superimposing the order of gates might provide quantum computers with an additional computational advantage.


Computational Advantage from Quantum-Controlled Ordering of Gates


Original Publication:

Computational Advantage from Quantum-Controlled Ordering of Gates

Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 250402 – Published 18 December 2014

Mateus Araújo, Fabio Costa, and Časlav Brukner