A Quantum Computing Process Based on a Top-Down Methodology


  • Vladimir Voronov Irkutsk National Research Technical University, 664074, Irkutsk, Russia Author




The research carried out so far related to the creation of a quantum computer is based on the search for suitable individual quantum objects (q-bits). We can talk about the use of bottom-up ideology. This paper discusses a fundamentally new option for creating a quantum processor based on a top-down approach*. Its meaning lies in the fact that a system of nanotriggers is associated with all possible quantum states of the q-bit system, which are essentially virtual. The purpose of this mapping is to visualize the states of qubits. Nanotriggers are made of graphene or another two-dimensional material. The nanotrigger is controlled by an element, which is a quantum dot with two states that are significantly different in terms of magnetic properties. Such a nanotrigger is essentially a quantum system. The paper discusses the possible application of the NMR phenomenon to solve problems related to the design of real quantum computers. It is proposed to do this using NMR signals transformed by the phenomenon of chemically induced dynamic polarization of nuclei. Such signals can be compared to the periodic remagnetization of a sample in which the This is a phenomenon, or with the periodically changing magnetic susceptibility of the sample substance. The specified periodically changing parameter is proposed to be used as a control signal that ensures the operation of the nanotrigger. A quantum dot-controlled nanotrigger is essentially an inverter capable of performing a logical NOT operation on its own.



How to Cite

Voronov, V. (2024). A Quantum Computing Process Based on a Top-Down Methodology. IntelliMindEd, 1(1), 6-6. https://doi.org/10.69687/