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  1. Abstract The Controlled-NOT (CNOT) gate is the key to unlock the power of quantum computing as it is a fundamental component of a universal set of gates. We demonstrate the operation of a two-bit C-NOT quantum-like gate using classical qubit acoustic analogues, called herein logical phi-bits. The logical phi-bits are supported by an externally driven nonlinear acoustic metamaterial composed of a parallel array of three elastically coupled waveguides. A logical phi-bit has a two-state degree of freedom associated with the two independent relative phases of the acoustic wave in the three waveguides. A simple physical manipulation involving the detuning of the frequency of one of the external drivers is shown to operate on the complex vectors in the Hilbert space of pairs of logical phi-bits. This operation achieves a systematic and predictable C-NOT gate with unambiguously measurable input and output. The possibility of scaling the approach to more phi-bits is promising.
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  2. Abstract Dynamical simulations of an externally harmonically driven model granular metamaterial composed of four linearly and nonlinearly coupled granules show that the nonlinear normal mode can be expressed in a linear normal mode orthonormal basis with time dependent complex coefficients. These coefficients form the components of a state vector that spans a 2 2 dimensional Hilbert space parametrically with time. Local π jumps in the phase of these components occurring periodically are indicative of topological features in the manifold spanned by the geometric phase of the vibrational state of the metamaterial. We demonstrate that these topological features can be exploited to realize high sensitivity mass sensor. The effect of dissipation on sensitivity is also reported. Nonlinear granular metamaterials with very low dissipation could serve as mass sensors with considerable sensitivity to small mass changes via large changes in geometric phase.
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  10. Abstract The possibility of achieving and controlling scalable classically entangled, i.e., inseparable, multipartite states, would fundamentally challenge the advantages of quantum systems in harnessing the power of complexity in information science. Here, we investigate experimentally the extent of classical entanglement in a $$16$$ 16 acoustic qubit-analogue platform. The acoustic qubit-analogue, a.k.a., logical phi-bit, results from the spectral partitioning of the nonlinear acoustic field of externally driven coupled waveguides. Each logical phi-bit is a two-level subsystem characterized by two independently measurable phases. The phi-bits are co-located within the same physical space enabling distance independent interactions. We chose a vector state representation of the $$16$$ 16 -phi-bit system which lies in a $${2}^{16}$$ 2 16 -dimensional Hilbert space. The calculation of the entropy of entanglement demonstrates the possibility of achieving inseparability of the vector state and of navigating the corresponding Hilbert space. This work suggests a new direction in harnessing the complexity of classical inseparability in information science.
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