Quantum Computing with Solid-State Systems

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BURKARD, Guido, Daniel LOSS, 2019. Quantum Computing with Solid-State Systems. In: BRUSS, Dagmar, ed., Gerd LEUCHS, ed.. Quantum information : from foundations to quantum technology applications ; Vol. 2. Weinheim:Wiley-VCH, pp. 553-585. ISBN 978-3-527-41353-9. Available under: doi: 10.1002/9783527805785.ch25

@incollection{Burkard2019Quant-51001, title={Quantum Computing with Solid-State Systems}, year={2019}, doi={10.1002/9783527805785.ch25}, isbn={978-3-527-41353-9}, address={Weinheim}, publisher={Wiley-VCH}, booktitle={Quantum information : from foundations to quantum technology applications ; Vol. 2}, pages={553--585}, editor={Bruß, Dagmar and Leuchs, Gerd}, author={Burkard, Guido and Loss, Daniel} }

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