Quantum network reduced-state synchronization part II-the missing symmetry and switching interactions
We consider reduced-state synchronization of qubit networks with the aim of driving the qubits' reduced states to a common trajectory. The evolution of the quantum network's state is described by a master equation, where the network Hamiltonian is either a direct sum or a tensor product of identical qubit Hamiltonians, and the coupling terms are given by a set of permutation operators over the network. The permutations introduce naturally quantum directed interactions. Part I of the paper...[Show more]
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