Theory of solid state quantum information processing

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BURKARD, Guido, 2004. Theory of solid state quantum information processing. In: RIETH, Michael, ed., Wolfram SCHOMMERS, ed.. Handbook of Theoretical and Computational Nanotechnology 3. Valencia:American Scientific Publishers

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