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The implementation of more and more efficient nanodevices exploitable in applicative contexts like for example quantum computers often requires a highly challenging miniaturizing process aimed at packing a huge number of point-like basic elements whose dynamics mimics indeed that of a qubit. Stimulated by such a requirement, over the last few years theoretical schemes using the language of the spin frac12 system models have been investigated. The main reason is that besides the simple dynamical behaviour of each elementary constituent these Hamiltonian models do indeed capture basic ingredients of several physical situations differing one another mainly for the numerical values of some relevant parameters appearing in the same model. Examples of physical systems admitting a reasonable description in terms of spin models may be a collection of mutually interacting superconducting flux qubits …
Publication date: 
28 Jun 2009

E Ferraro, A Napoli, A Messina

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Pages: 1-1
2009 11th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks