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Sequential Discrimination Between NonOrthogonal Quantum States, Dov L. Fields
Sequential Discrimination Between NonOrthogonal Quantum States, Dov L. Fields
All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
The problem of discriminating between nonorthogonal states is one that has generated a lot of interest. This basic formalism is useful in many areas of quantum information. It serves as a fundamental basis for many quantum key distribution schemes, it functions as an integral part of other quantum algorithms, and it is useful in experimental settings where orthogonal states are not always possible to generate. Additionally, the discrimination problem reveals important fundamental properties, and is intrinsically related to entanglement. In this thesis, the focus is on exploring the problem of sequentially discriminating between nonorthogonal states. In the simplest version these ...
Optical And Collective Properties Of Excitons In 2d Semiconductors, Matthew N. Brunetti
Optical And Collective Properties Of Excitons In 2d Semiconductors, Matthew N. Brunetti
All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
We study the properties of excitons in 2D semiconductors (2DSC) by numerically solving the Schr\"{o}dinger equation for an interacting electron and hole in the effective mass approximation, then calculating optical properties such as the transition energies, oscillator strengths, and absorption coefficients. Our theoretical approach allows us to consider both direct excitons in monolayer (ML) 2DSC and spatially indirect excitons in heterostructures (HS) consisting of two 2DSC MLs separated by fewlayer insulating hexagonal boron nitride (hBN). In particular, we study indirect excitons in TMDC HS, namely MoS_{2}, MoSe_{2}, WS_{2}, and WSe_{2}; both direct and ...
Possible Schemes For A Single Photon Switch, Hemlin Swaran Rag
Possible Schemes For A Single Photon Switch, Hemlin Swaran Rag
Theses and Dissertations
I consider the effectiveness of a single control photon to route a target photon using two processes: the first one uses the transient excitation of a twolevel system and the second one which uses the permanent population transfer in a threelevel Λsystem to route the target photon. In the absence of a single control photon and when the system has additional decay channels, I find ways to optimize the success probability of routing with an increasing number of photons in the control field.
Benchmarks Of Nonclassicality For Qubit Arrays, Mordecai Waegell, Justin Dressel
Benchmarks Of Nonclassicality For Qubit Arrays, Mordecai Waegell, Justin Dressel
Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science Faculty Articles and Research
We present a set of practical benchmarks for Nqubit arrays that economically test the fidelity of achieving multiqubit nonclassicality. The benchmarks are measurable correlators similar to twoqubit Bell correlators, and are derived from a particular set of geometric structures from the Nqubit Pauli group. These structures prove the Greenberger–Horne–Zeilinger (GHZ) theorem, while the derived correlators witness genuine Npartite entanglement and establish a tight lower bound on the fidelity of particular stabilizer state preparations. The correlators need only M ≤ N + 1 distinct measurement settings, as opposed to the 2^{2N} − 1 settings that would normally be required ...
Stereodynamical Control Of A Quantum Scattering Resonance In Cold Molecular Collisions, Pablo G. Jambrina, James F.E. Croft, Hua Guo, Mark Brouard, Balakrishnan Naduvalath, F. Javier Aoiz
Stereodynamical Control Of A Quantum Scattering Resonance In Cold Molecular Collisions, Pablo G. Jambrina, James F.E. Croft, Hua Guo, Mark Brouard, Balakrishnan Naduvalath, F. Javier Aoiz
Chemistry and Biochemistry Faculty Publications
Cold collisions of light molecules are often dominated by a single partial wave resonance. For the rotational quenching of HD (v=1, j=2) by collisions with ground state paraH2, the process is dominated by a single L=2 partial wave resonance centered around 0.1 K. Here, we show that this resonance can be switched on or off simply by appropriate alignment of the HD rotational angular momentum relative to the initial velocity vector, thereby enabling complete control of the collision outcome.
Topological Nodal Line Semimetals In Graphene Network Structures, JianTao Wang, Hongming Weng, Chengfeng Chen
Topological Nodal Line Semimetals In Graphene Network Structures, JianTao Wang, Hongming Weng, Chengfeng Chen
Physics & Astronomy Faculty Publications
Topological semimetals are a fascinating class of quantum materials that possess extraordinary electronic and transport properties. These materials have attracted great interests in recent years for their fundamental significance and potential device applications. There have been intensive studies suggested that threedimensional graphene networks support topological semimetals with two types of continuous nodal lines: one is to form closed nodal rings in Brillouin zone and the other ones traversing the whole Brillouin zone to be periodically connected. Carbon has negligible spinorbit coupling, nonmagnetism and great diversity of allotropes, which makes it very promising in realizing topological nodal line semimetals. Here we ...
Laser Cooling With Adiabatic Transfer On A Raman Transition, Graham Greve, Baochen Wu, James K. Thompson
Laser Cooling With Adiabatic Transfer On A Raman Transition, Graham Greve, Baochen Wu, James K. Thompson
JILA Faculty Contributions
Sawtooth Wave Adiabatic Passage (SWAP) laser cooling was recently demonstrated using a narrowlinewidth singlephoton optical transition in atomic strontium and may prove useful for cooling other atoms and molecules. However, many atoms and molecules lack the appropriate narrow optical transition. Here we use such an atom, ^{87}Rb, to demonstrate that twophoton Raman transitions with arbitrarilytunable linewidths can be used to achieve 1D SWAP cooling without significantly populating the intermediate excited state. Unlike SWAP cooling on a narrow transition, Raman SWAP cooling allows for a final 1D temperature well below the Doppler cooling limit (here, 25 times lower); and the ...
Quadratic To Linear Magnetoresistance Tuning In Tmb4, Sreemanta Mitra, Jeremy Goh Swee Kang, John Shin, Jin Quan Ng, Sai Swaroop Sunku, Tai Kong, Paul C. Canfield, B. Sriram Shastry, Pinaki Sengupta, Christos Panagopoulos
Quadratic To Linear Magnetoresistance Tuning In Tmb4, Sreemanta Mitra, Jeremy Goh Swee Kang, John Shin, Jin Quan Ng, Sai Swaroop Sunku, Tai Kong, Paul C. Canfield, B. Sriram Shastry, Pinaki Sengupta, Christos Panagopoulos
Paul C. Canfield
The change of a material's electrical resistance (R) in response to an external magnetic field (B) provides subtle information for the characterization of its electronic properties and has found applications in sensor and storage related technologies. In good metals, Boltzmann's theory predicts a quadratic growth in magnetoresistance (MR) at low B and saturation at high fields. On the other hand, a number of nonmagnetic materials with weak electronic correlation and low carrier concentration for metallicity, such as inhomogeneous conductors, semimetals, narrow gap semiconductors and topological insulators, and two dimensional electron gas, show positive, nonsaturating linear magnetoresistance (LMR). However ...
Pairwise Completely Positive Matrices And Conjugate Local Diagonal Unitary Invariant Quantum States, Nathaniel Johnston, Olivia Maclean
Pairwise Completely Positive Matrices And Conjugate Local Diagonal Unitary Invariant Quantum States, Nathaniel Johnston, Olivia Maclean
Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra
A generalization of the set of completely positive matrices called pairwise completely positive (PCP) matrices is introduced. These are pairs of matrices that share a joint decomposition so that one of them is necessarily positive semidefinite while the other one is necessarily entrywise nonnegative. Basic properties of these matrix pairs are explored and several testable necessary and sufficient conditions are developed to help determine whether or not a pair is PCP. A connection with quantum entanglement is established by showing that determining whether or not a pair of matrices is pairwise completely positive is equivalent to determining whether or not ...
Phantoms In Science: Nietzsche's Nonobjectivity On Planck's Quanta, Donald Richard Dickerson Iii
Phantoms In Science: Nietzsche's Nonobjectivity On Planck's Quanta, Donald Richard Dickerson Iii
Undergraduate Theses
What does Maxwell Planck's concept of phantomness suggest about the epistemological basis of science and how might a Nietzschean critique reveal solution to the weaknesses revealed? With his solution to Kirchoff's equation, Maxwell Planck launched the paradigm of quantum physics. This same solution undermined much of current understandings of science versus pseudoscience. Using Nietzsche's perspectivism and other philosophical critiques, Planck's answer to blackbody radiation is used to highlight the troubles with phantom problems in science and how to try to direct science towards a more holistic and complete scientific approach.
Exploring Quantum Dynamics And Thermodynamics In Superconducting Qubits, Mahdi Naghiloo
Exploring Quantum Dynamics And Thermodynamics In Superconducting Qubits, Mahdi Naghiloo
Arts & Sciences Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Quantum technology has been rapidly growing due to its potential revolutionary applications. In particular, superconducting qubits provide a strong lightmatter interaction as required for quantum computation and in principle can be scaled up to a high level of complexity. However, obtaining the full benet of quantum mechanics in superconducting circuits requires a deep understanding of quantum physics in such systems in all aspects. One of the most crucial aspects is the concept of measurement and the dynamics of the quantum systems under the measurement process. This thesis is intended to be a pedagogical introduction to the concept of quantum measurement ...
Experimental Evidence Supportive Of The Quantum Dna Model, F. Matthew Mihelic
Experimental Evidence Supportive Of The Quantum Dna Model, F. Matthew Mihelic
Faculty Publications
The DNA molecule can be modeled as a quantum logic processor in which electron spin qubits are held coherently in each nucleotide in a logically and thermodynamically reversible enantiomeric symmetry, and can be coherently conducted along the pistacking interactions of aromatic nucleotide bases, while simultaneously being spinfiltered via the helicity of the DNA molecule. Entangled electron pairs can be separated by that spinfiltering, held coherently at biological temperatures in the topologically insulated nucleotide quantum gates, and incorporated into separate DNA strands during DNA replication. Two separate DNA strands that share quantum entangled electrons can be mitotically divided into individual cells ...
Unbounded Derivations Of C*Algebras And The Heisenberg Commutation Relation, Lara M. Ismert
Unbounded Derivations Of C*Algebras And The Heisenberg Commutation Relation, Lara M. Ismert
Dissertations, Theses, and Student Research Papers in Mathematics
This dissertation investigates the properties of unbounded derivations on C*algebras, namely the density of their analytic vectors and a property we refer to as "kernel stabilization." We focus on a weaklydefined derivation δ_{D} which formalizes commutators involving unbounded selfadjoint operators on a Hilbert space. These commutators naturally arise in quantum mechanics, as we briefly describe in the introduction.
A first application of kernel stabilization for δ_{D} shows that a large class of abstract derivations on unbounded C*algebras, defined by O. Bratteli and D. Robinson, also have kernel stabilization. A second application of kernel stabilization provides a ...
A Qubit Algorithm For Simulating The Nonlinear Schroedinger Equation, Connor Simpson
A Qubit Algorithm For Simulating The Nonlinear Schroedinger Equation, Connor Simpson
Undergraduate Honors Theses
Recent work in mathematical physics and nonlinear optics has shown that Hamiltonians that are nonHermitian but still symmetric under parity and time reversal can describe eigenstates of a system with real eigenvalues. Other research has also showed that the nonlinear Schrodinger equation can be generalized to describe PTsymmetric systems, which generates novel solutions not described by its Hermitian equivalent. The Hermitian form of the nonlinear Schroedinger equation can also be extended to describe a particular case of the general PTsymmetric NLS, suggesting a connection between the two. I attempted to generate a unitary operator that will be useful for unitary ...
Free Electron Sources And Diffraction In Time, Eric R. Jones
Free Electron Sources And Diffraction In Time, Eric R. Jones
Theses, Dissertations, and Student Research: Department of Physics and Astronomy
The quantum revolution of the last century advanced synergistically with technology, for example, with control of the temporal and spatial coherence, and the polarization state of light. Indeed, experimental confirmation of the quirks of quantum theory, as originally highlighted by Einstein, Podolsky, and Rosen, through Bohm, and then Bell, have been performed with photons, i.e., electromagnetic wave packets prepared in the same quantum states. Experimental tests of quantum mechanics with matter wave packets have been limited due to challenges in preparing all of the packets with similar quantum states. While great strides have been made for trapped atoms and ...
Implementing A SelfCorrected Chemical Potential Scheme In Determinant Quantum Monte Carlo Simulations, Kevin Gordon Kleiner
Implementing A SelfCorrected Chemical Potential Scheme In Determinant Quantum Monte Carlo Simulations, Kevin Gordon Kleiner
Chancellor’s Honors Program Projects
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The Nature Of The HeisenbergVon Neumann Cut: Enhanced Orthodox Interpretation Of Quantum Mechanics, Ashok Narasimhan, Deepak Chopra, Menas Kafatos
The Nature Of The HeisenbergVon Neumann Cut: Enhanced Orthodox Interpretation Of Quantum Mechanics, Ashok Narasimhan, Deepak Chopra, Menas Kafatos
Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science Faculty Articles and Research
We examine the issue of the Heisenbergvon Neumann cut in light of recent interpretations of quantum eraser experiments which indicate the possibility of a universal Observer outside spacetime at an information level of existence. The delayedchoice aspects of observation, measurement, the role of the observer, and information in the quantum framework of the universe are discussed. While traditional doubleslit experiments are usually interpreted as indicating that the collapse of the wave function involves choices by an individual observer in spacetime, the extension to quantum eraser experiments brings in some additional subtle aspects relating to the role of observation and what ...
Roadmap On Superoscillations, Michael Berry, Nicolay Zheludev, Yakir Aharonov, Fabrizio Colombo, Irene Sabadini, Daniele C. Struppa, Jeff Tollaksen, Edward T. F. Rogers, Fei Qin, Minghui Hong, Xiangang Luo, Roei Remez, Ady Arie, Jörg B. Götte, Mark R. Dennis, Alex M. H. Wong, George V. Eleftheriades, Yaniv Eliezer, Alon Bahabad, Gang Chen, Zhongquan Wen, Gaofeng Liang, Chenglong Hao, CW Qiu, Achim Kempf, Eytan Katzav, Moshe Schwartz
Roadmap On Superoscillations, Michael Berry, Nicolay Zheludev, Yakir Aharonov, Fabrizio Colombo, Irene Sabadini, Daniele C. Struppa, Jeff Tollaksen, Edward T. F. Rogers, Fei Qin, Minghui Hong, Xiangang Luo, Roei Remez, Ady Arie, Jörg B. Götte, Mark R. Dennis, Alex M. H. Wong, George V. Eleftheriades, Yaniv Eliezer, Alon Bahabad, Gang Chen, Zhongquan Wen, Gaofeng Liang, Chenglong Hao, CW Qiu, Achim Kempf, Eytan Katzav, Moshe Schwartz
Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science Faculty Articles and Research
Superoscillations are bandlimited functions with the counterintuitive property that they can vary arbitrarily faster than their fastest Fourier component, over arbitrarily long intervals. Modern studies originated in quantum theory, but there were anticipations in radar and optics. The mathematical understanding—still being explored—recognises that functions are extremely small where they superoscillate; this has implications for information theory. Applications to optical vortices, subwavelength microscopy and related areas of nanoscience are now moving from the theoretical and the demonstrative to the practical. This Roadmap surveys all these areas, providing background, current research, and anticipating future developments.
Improving The Readout Of Semiconducting Qubits, Matthew Jon Curry
Improving The Readout Of Semiconducting Qubits, Matthew Jon Curry
Physics & Astronomy ETDs
Semiconducting qubits are a promising platform for quantum computers. In particular, silicon spin qubits have made a number of advancements recently including long coherence times, highfidelity singlequbit gates, twoqubit gates, and highfidelity readout. However, all operations likely require improvement in fidelity and speed, if possible, to realize a quantum computer.
Readout fidelity and speed, in general, are limited by circuit challenges centered on extracting low signal from a device in a dilution refrigerator connected to room temperature amplifiers by long coaxial cables with relatively high capacitance. Readout fidelity specifically is limited by the time it takes to reliably distinguish qubit ...
Reducing Quantum Uncertainty Via Spatial Optimization, Austin T. Kalasky
Reducing Quantum Uncertainty Via Spatial Optimization, Austin T. Kalasky
Undergraduate Honors Theses
High precision optical detection is fundamentally limited by quantum noise. This limit can be bypassed with the use of squeezed states of light with modified quantum noise. We study squeezed states of light with a focus on optimization of squeezing generated via polarization selfrotation (PSR) in hot rubidium vapor. The goal of our research is to reduce quantum noise by optimizing cell temperature and beam shape of the input pump field. We find that computerized spatial optimization algorithms (combined with manual optimization of temperature and laser detuning) are successful in improving squeezing levels, with one spatial mask yielding over 1 ...
Investigating The Talbot Effect In Arrays Of Optical Dipole Traps For Neutral Atom Quantum Computing, Sergio Aguayo
Investigating The Talbot Effect In Arrays Of Optical Dipole Traps For Neutral Atom Quantum Computing, Sergio Aguayo
Physics
Quantum computers are devices that are able to perform calculations not achievable for classical computers. Although there are many methods for creating a quantum computer, using neutral atoms offers the advantage of being stable when compared to other methods. The purpose of this investigation is to explore possible optical dipole trap configurations that would be useful for implementing a quantum computer with neutral atoms. Specifically, we computationally investigate arrays of pinholes, the diffraction pattern generated by them, and the onset of the Talbot effect in these traps. We manipulate the radius of the pinholes, the number of pinholes in the ...
Optimization Of Quantum Optical Metrology Systems, Nicholas Michael Studer
Optimization Of Quantum Optical Metrology Systems, Nicholas Michael Studer
LSU Doctoral Dissertations
It can be said that all of humanity's efforts can be understood as a problem of optimization. We each have a natural sense of what is ``good'' or ``bad'' and thus our actions tend towards maximizing  or optimizing  some notion of good and minimizing those things we perceive as bad or undesirable.
Within the sciences, the greatest form of good is knowledge. It is this pursuit of knowledge that leads to not only lifesaving innovations and technology, but also to furthering our understanding of our natural world and driving our philosophical pursuits.
The principle method of obtaining knowledge in ...
Precision Of Parameter Estimation In Quantum Metrology, Chenglong You
Precision Of Parameter Estimation In Quantum Metrology, Chenglong You
LSU Doctoral Dissertations
The fundamental precision limit of an interferometer is crucial since it bounds the best possible sensitivity one could achieve using such a device. This thesis will focus on several different interferometers and try to give the ultimate precision bounds by carefully counting all the resources used in the interferometers.
The thesis begins with the basics of the quantum state of light. The fundamentals of quantum metrology are also reviewed and discussed. More specifically, the terminology of classical and quantum Cram\'erRao bound and classical and quantum Fisher information are introduced.
Chapter 3 discusses the conclusive precision bounds in twomode interferometer ...
Optimization Of An Injection Locked Laser System For Cold Neutral Atom Traps, Elliot M. Lehman
Optimization Of An Injection Locked Laser System For Cold Neutral Atom Traps, Elliot M. Lehman
Physics
Many types of quantum systems are being explored for use in quantum computers. One type of quantum system that shows promise for quantum computing is trapped neutral atoms. They have long coherence times, since they have multiple stable ground states and have minimal coupling with other atoms and their environment, and they can be trapped in arrays, making them individu ally addressable. Once trapped, they can be initialized and operated on using laser pulses. This experiment utilizes a pinhole diffraction pattern, which can trap atoms in both bright and dark areas. To maximize trap strength, an injectionlocked laser amplification system ...
Kondo Signatures Of A Quantum Magnetic Impurity In Topological Superconductors, Rui Wang, WeiYi Su, JianXin Zhu, ChinSen Ting, Hai Li, Changfeng Chen, Baigeng Wang, Xiaoqun Wang
Kondo Signatures Of A Quantum Magnetic Impurity In Topological Superconductors, Rui Wang, WeiYi Su, JianXin Zhu, ChinSen Ting, Hai Li, Changfeng Chen, Baigeng Wang, Xiaoqun Wang
Physics & Astronomy Faculty Publications
We study the Kondo physics of a quantum magnetic impurity in twodimensional topological superconductors (TSCs), either intrinsic or induced on the surface of a bulk topological insulator, using a numerical renormalization group technique. We show that, despite sharing the p+ip pairing symmetry, intrinsic and extrinsic TSCs host different physical processes that produce distinct Kondo signatures. Extrinsic TSCs harbor an unusual screening mechanism involving both electron and orbital degrees of freedom that produces rich and prominent Kondo phenomena, especially an intriguing pseudospin Kondo singlet state in the superconducting gap and a spatially anisotropic spin correlation. In sharp contrast, intrinsic TSCs ...
Ultrafast Manipulation Of Topologically Enhanced Surface Transport Driven By MidInfrared And Terahertz Pulses In Bi2se3, Liang Luo, Xu Yang, X. Liu, Zhiyan Liu, Chirag Vaswani, Di Cheng, M. Mootz, Xin Zhao, Yongxin Yao, CaiZhuang Wang, KaiMing Ho, I. E. Perakis, M. Dobrowolska, J. K. Furdyna, Jigang Wang
Ultrafast Manipulation Of Topologically Enhanced Surface Transport Driven By MidInfrared And Terahertz Pulses In Bi2se3, Liang Luo, Xu Yang, X. Liu, Zhiyan Liu, Chirag Vaswani, Di Cheng, M. Mootz, Xin Zhao, Yongxin Yao, CaiZhuang Wang, KaiMing Ho, I. E. Perakis, M. Dobrowolska, J. K. Furdyna, Jigang Wang
Ames Laboratory Accepted Manuscripts
Topologyprotected surface transport of ultimate thinness in threedimensional topological insulators (TIs) is breaking new ground in quantum science and technology. Yet a challenge remains on how to disentangle and selectively control surface helical spin transport from the bulk contribution. Here we use the midinfrared and terahertz (THz) photoexcitation of exclusive intraband transitions to enable ultrafast manipulation of surface THz conductivity in Bi2Se3. The unique, transient electronic state is characterized by frequencydependent carrier relaxations that directly distinguish the faster surface channel than the bulk with no complication from interband excitations or need for reduced bulk doping. We determine the topological enhancement ...
Control Of LightMatter Interactions Via Nanostructured Photonic Materials, Nicholas Proscia
Control Of LightMatter Interactions Via Nanostructured Photonic Materials, Nicholas Proscia
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The thesis here investigates the manipulation of lightmatter interactions via nanoscale engineering of material systems. When material systems are structured on the nanoscale, their optical responses can be dramatically altered. In this thesis, this is done in two primary ways: One method is by changing the geometry of nanostructures to induce a resonant behavior with incident electromagnetic field of optical wavelengths. This allows field enhancement in highly localized areas to strengthen exotic lightmatter interactions that would otherwise be too weak to measure or for practical use. In this regard, the work presented here studies a voltage produced in a metal ...
OutOfTimeOrderedCorrelator Quasiprobabilities Robustly Witness Scrambling, José Raúl González Alonso, Nicole Yunger Halpern, Justin Dressel
OutOfTimeOrderedCorrelator Quasiprobabilities Robustly Witness Scrambling, José Raúl González Alonso, Nicole Yunger Halpern, Justin Dressel
Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science Faculty Articles and Research
Outoftimeordered correlators (OTOCs) have received considerable recent attention as qualitative witnesses of information scrambling in manybody quantum systems. Theoretical discussions of OTOCs typically focus on closed systems, raising the question of their suitability as scrambling witnesses in realistic open systems. We demonstrate empirically that the nonclassical negativity of the quasiprobability distribution (QPD) behind the OTOC is a more sensitive witness for scrambling than the OTOC itself. Nonclassical features of the QPD evolve with timescales that are robust with respect to decoherence and are immune to false positives caused by decoherence. To reach this conclusion, we numerically simulate spinchain dynamics and ...
Peculiar Optical Properties Of Bilayer Silicene Under The Influence Of External Electric And Magnetic Fields, ThiNga Do, Godfrey Gumbs, PoHsin Shih, Danhong Huang, ChihWei Chiu, ChiaYun Chen, MingFa Lin
Peculiar Optical Properties Of Bilayer Silicene Under The Influence Of External Electric And Magnetic Fields, ThiNga Do, Godfrey Gumbs, PoHsin Shih, Danhong Huang, ChihWei Chiu, ChiaYun Chen, MingFa Lin
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We conduct a comprehensive investigation of the effect of an applied electric field on the optical and magnetooptical absorption spectra for ABbt (bottomtop) bilayer silicene. The generalized tightbinding model in conjunction with the Kubo formula is efficiently employed in the numerical calculations. The electronic and optical properties are greatly diversified by the buckled lattice structure, stacking configuration, intralayer and interlayer hopping interactions, spinorbital couplings, as well as the electric and magnetic fields (Ez ˆz & Bz ˆz ). An electric field induces spinsplit electronic states, a semiconductormetal phase transitions and the Dirac cone formations in different valleys, leading to the special absorption ...
Comparisons Of Performance Between Quantum And Classical Machine Learning, Christopher Havenstein, Damarcus Thomas, Swami Chandrasekaran
Comparisons Of Performance Between Quantum And Classical Machine Learning, Christopher Havenstein, Damarcus Thomas, Swami Chandrasekaran
SMU Data Science Review
In this paper, we present a performance comparison of machine learning algorithms executed on traditional and quantum computers. Quantum computing has potential of achieving incredible results for certain types of problems, and we explore if it can be applied to machine learning. First, we identified quantum machine learning algorithms with reproducible code and had classical machine learning counterparts. Then, we found relevant data sets with which we tested the comparable quantum and classical machine learning algorithm's performance. We evaluated performance with algorithm execution time and accuracy. We found that quantum variational support vector machines in some cases had higher ...