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10 May 2007 Finite temperature quantum entanglement
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Some of our previous research showed some interesting results regarding the effect of non-zero temperature on a specified quantum computation. For example, our analysis revealed that more Grover iterations are required to amplify the amplitude of the solution in a quantum search problem when the system is found at some finite temperature. We want to further study the effects of temperature on quantum entanglement using a finite temperature field theoretical description. Such a framework could prove to be useful for the understanding of computational dynamics inside a quantum computer. Other issues that we will address in our discussion include analytical descriptions of the effects of the temperature in the Von Newman entropy and others as a measure of entanglement.
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Debabrata Ghoshal, Richard Gomez, Marco Lanzagorta, and Jeffrey Uhlmann "Finite temperature quantum entanglement", Proc. SPIE 6573, Quantum Information and Computation V, 65730B (10 May 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.720348
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