The hitting time is the required minimum time for a Markov chain-based walk (classical or quantum) to reach a target state in the state space. We investigate the effect of the perturbation on the hitting time of a quantum walk. We obtain an upper bound for the perturbed quantum walk hitting time by applying Szegedy’s work and the perturbation bounds with Weyl’s perturbation theorem on classical matrix. Based on the definition of quantum hitting time given in MNRS algorithm, we further compute the delayed perturbed hitting time and delayed perturbed quantum hitting time (DPQHT). We show that the upper bound for DPQHT is bounded from above by the difference between the square root of the upper bound for a perturbed random walk and the square root of the lower bound for a random walk.
Quantum Information Processing – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 9, 2012
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