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On 31 May 2023, at 18:25, Austin Fearnley <ben...@hotmail.com> wrote:
Hi Richard

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Hi Richard
On 1 Jun 2023, at 06:21, Richard Gill <gill...@gmail.com> wrote:
PS did you actually read my paper on this topic yet? It is exactly about the issues you raise.
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> If you can go back in the past and then move to the future, while moving

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I think I figured it out now.
The "9" I mentioned was 3x3. A two qutrit gate. Three qubit gates are 8x8
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On 5 Jun 2023, at 15:56, Richard Gill <gill...@gmail.com> wrote:
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On 5 Jun 2023, at 18:55, ben smith <ben...@hotmail.com> wrote:
On 5 Jun 2023, at 19:08, Richard Gill <gill...@gmail.com> wrote:
Austin, at ETH Zürich they work with qutrits, not qbits.
On 5 Jun 2023, at 19:08, Richard Gill <gill...@gmail.com> wrote:
Austin, at ETH Zürich they work with qutrits, not qbits.
On 6 Jun 2023, at 08:02, Richard Gill <gill...@gmail.com> wrote:
The transition from g to (e + f) / sqrt 2 might be done by (g, e) <> (e, g) and then (e,f) <> (e +f, e  f) / sqrt 2
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