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Bilaterally Symmetrical Transformation between Independent Operators and Rotations

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ABSTRACT

This report describes an approach for representation of quantum operators through rotations and rotation through quantum operators. The approach of the proposed method transforms rotation in a kind of a unitary matrix that corresponds to the rotation. Operations with qubits are very similar to the rotation, but with an added phase coefficient. This fact is used to create a process for rotation between unitary matrices. This approach could be used to modifying the controls to apply in a different basis.

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Raychev, N. (2015) Bilaterally Symmetrical Transformation between Independent Operators and Rotations. Journal of Quantum Information Science, 5, 79-88. doi: 10.4236/jqis.2015.53010.

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