Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 56 Issue 5 May 2001 pp L705-L713 Rapid Communication
A scheme to execute an 𝑛-bit Deutsch-Jozsa (DJ) algorithm using 𝑛 qubits has been implemented for up to three cubits on an NMR quantum computer. For the one- and the two-bit Deutsch problem, the qubits do not get entangled, and the NMR implementation is achieved without using spin-spin interactions. It is for the three-bit case, that the manipulation of entangled states becomes essential. The interactions through scalar 𝐽-couplings in NMR spin systems have been exploited to implement entangling transformations required for the three bit DJ algorithm.
Volume 94 All articles Published: 10 November 2020 Article ID 0160 Research Article
In this work, we studied the relaxation dynamics of coherences of different orders present in a system of two coupled nuclear spins. We used a previously designed model for intrinsic noise present in such systems which considers the Lindblad master equation for Markovian relaxation. We experimentally created zero-, single and double-quantum coherences in several two-spin systems and performed a complete state tomography and computed state fidelity. We experimentally measured the decay of zero- and double-quantum coherences in these systems. The experimental data fitted well to a model that considers the main noise channels to be a correlated phase damping (CPD) channel acting simultaneously on both spins in conjunction with a generalised amplitude damping channel acting independently on both spins. The differential relaxation of multiple-quantum coherences can be ascribed to the action of a CPD channel acting simultaneously on both the spins.
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