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Quantum chaos and quantum algorithms
Physical Review A. Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics
It was recently shown (quant-ph/9909074) that parasitic random interactions between the qubits in a quantum computer can induce quantum chaos and put into question the operability of a quantum computer. In this work I investigate whether already the interactions between the qubits introduced with the intention to operate the quantum computer may lead to quantum chaos. The analysis focuses on two well--known quantum algorithms, namely Grover's search algorithm and the quantum Fourier transform.doi:10.1103/physreva.65.042317 fatcat:lmjiorchczebhj2cuzwquor2fi