We study path integration on a quantum computer that performs quantum summation. We assume that the measure of path integration is Gaussian, with the eigenvalues of its covariance operator of order j-k with k>1. For the Wiener measure occurring in many applications we have k=2. We want to compute an ε-approximation to path integrals whose integrands are at least Lipschitz. We prove:
Quantum Information Processing – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 13, 2004
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