Quantum States

Quantum state is a description in quantum mechanics of a physical system or part of a physical system. The full characterization or tomography of quantum states is a necessity for future quantum computing. There are many standard techniques which are inadequate for the large quantum bit-strings necessary in full scale quantum computers.

Characterizing quantum states is a serious bottleneck in quantum information science. Techniques employed was far more robust against inevitable noise and experimental errors than standard techniques. Many research groups are applying various techniques and methods on quantum state tomography which effects the future quantum computing in a great extent.

  • Quantum Chromodynamics
  • Uncertainty Principle
  • Quantum state tomography and tomographic methods
  • Quantum states and operations
  • Zero-point energy
  • Ultra-fast quantum phenomena
  • Quasinormal Mode
  • The state and the Entropy Dynamics of Matter-Field system
  • Wave Particle Duality
  • Quantum systems
  • Quantum chaos

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