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Applications of Single-Photon Two-Qubit Quantum Logic to the Quantum Information Science
In this thesis, I describe demonstration of various quantum information processing tasks using single-photon two-qubit (SPTQ) quantum logic. As an initial state of those tasks, I used various entangled photon pairs, and ...
A Comparison of Parallel Gaussian Elimination Solvers for the Computation of Electrochemical Battery Models on the Cell Processor
The rising cost of fossil fuels, together with a push for more eco-friendly methods of transportation, has increased interest in and demand for electrically powered or assisted vehicles. The majority of these electric ...
Multiple-User Quantum Information Theory for Optical Communication Channels
Research in the past decade has established capacity theorems for point-to-point bosonic channels with additive thermal noise, under the presumption of a conjecture on the minimum output von Neumann entropy. In the rst ...
Phase-Sensitive Light: Coherence Theory and Applications to Optical Imaging
Spontaneous parametric downconversion (SPDC) can produce pairs of entangled photons, i.e., a stream of biphotons. SPDC has been utilized in a number of optical imaging applications, such as optical coherence tomography, ...
Ultrafast Sources of Entangled Photons for Quantum Information Processing
Recent advances in quantum information processing (QIP) have enabled practical applications of quantum mechanics in various fields such as cryptography, computation, and metrology. Most of these applications use photons ...