Abstract

Measurement-based quantum computation can achieve universal quantum computation via simply performing single-qubit measurements alone on an entangled resource state. Instead of the canonical resource state–cluster state, we pay great attention to another resource state, the Affleck–Kennedy–Lieb–Tasaki (AKLT) state, which is a nondegenerate ground state of a nearest-neighbor two-body interaction Hamiltonian. We propose an optical scheme to generate a two-dimensional AKLT state defined on the honeycomb lattice. In our proposal, three photons from different singlet states are projected onto a spin-32 particle comprising the AKLT state with maximum success probability 38. We also show the controlled-NOT gate can be implemented on this photonic AKLT state via projective measurement using linear optics and photodetection.

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