The canonical decomposition for two-qubit operators has proven very useful for applications in quantum computing. This decomposition generates equivalence classes up to local quantum gates. We provide a variety of complete, explicit decompositions of given two-qubit operators in terms of single, double, and triple controlled-NOT (CNOT) gates. By analytically addressing the needed pre- and post-tensor product factors, we demonstrate that exact results are possible, even when a parameter is included. The examples given are of interest to superconducting qubit, spin-based, dipolar molecule, and other quantum information processing systems.
Quantum Information Processing – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 10, 2009
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