Two qubit-operation-sharing schemes (Zhang and Cheung in J. Phys. B 44:165508, 2011) are generalized to the qutrit ones. Operations to be shared are classified into three different classes in terms of different probabilities (i.e, 1/3, 2/3 and 1). For the latter two classes, ten and three restricted sets of operations are found out, respectively. Moreover, the two generalized schemes are amply compared from four aspects, namely, quantum and classical resource consumption, necessary-operation complexity, success probability and efficiency. It is found that the second scheme is overall more optimal than the first one as far as three restricted sets of operations are concerned. Moreover, the experimental feasibility of our schemes is confirmed with respect to the nowaday technique.
Quantum Information Processing – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 30, 2013
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