Maryland Shared Open Access Repository
MD-SOAR is a shared digital repository platform for eleven colleges and universities in Maryland. It is currently funded by the University System of Maryland and Affiliated Institutions (USMAI) Library Consortium (usmai.org) and other participating partner institutions. MD-SOAR is jointly governed by all participating libraries, who have agreed to share policies and practices that are necessary and appropriate for the shared platform. Within this broad framework, each library provides customized repository services and collections that meet local institutional needs. Please follow the links below to learn more about each library's repository services and collections.
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(American Physical Society (APS), 2013-10-09)n contrast to classical bits of information that are either 0 or 1, quantum bits—or “qubits”—can be in superposition states of 0 and 1. Just like classical bits, however, qubits are physical objects that have to be implemented ...
Saturation of atomic transitions using subwavelength diameter tapered optical fibers in rubidium vapor (OSA Publishing, 2014)We experimentally investigate ultralow-power saturation of the rubidium D2 transitions using a tapered optical fiber (TOF) suspended in a warm Rb vapor. A direct comparison of power-dependent absorption measurements for ...
Heralded two-photon entanglement from probabilistic quantum logic operations on multiple parametric down-conversion sources (IEEE, 2018-10-29)An ideal controlled-NOT gate followed by projective measurements can be used to identify specific Bell states of its two input qubits. When the input qubits are each members of independent Bell states, these projective ...
(American Physical Society (APS), 2006-10-04)In addition to photon pairs entangled in polarization or other variables, quantum mechanics also allows optical beams that are entangled through the absence of the photons themselves. These correlated absences, or “entangled ...