3 December 2012 Accelerating commutation circuits in quantum computer networks
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In a high speed and packet-switched quantum computer network, a packet routing delay often leads to traffic jams, becoming a severe bottleneck for speeding up the transmission rate. Based on the delayed commutation circuit proposed in Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 110502 (2006), we present an improved scheme for accelerating network transmission. For two more realistic scenarios, we utilize the characteristic of a quantum state to simultaneously implement a data switch and transmission that makes it possible to reduce the packet delay and route a qubit packet even before its address is determined. This circuit is further extended to the quantum network for the transmission of the unknown quantum information. The analysis demonstrates that quantum communication technology can considerably reduce the processing delay time and build faster and more efficient packet-switched networks.
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Jiang Min, Jiang Min, Huang Xu, Huang Xu, Xiaoping Chen, Xiaoping Chen, Zeng-ke Zhang, Zeng-ke Zhang, } "Accelerating commutation circuits in quantum computer networks," Optical Engineering 51(12), 125201 (3 December 2012). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.51.12.125201 . Submission:
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