**Researchers Use Quantum Processors To Challenge Beliefs In Physics**

Additionally, gain-loss systems for studying quantum properties such as entropy, entanglement, and correlations are impossible as they add noise to the system. It is possible to extend Hermitian operators’ fundamentals and digitally simulate non-Hermitian dynamics in a superconducting quantum processor, Aalto University researchers have demonstrated. Schrödinger’s equation, a linear partial differential equation that governs quantum mechanical systems, describes a closed system’s behaviour. In non-Hermitian quantum mechanics, the researchers could alter the level of entanglement of qubits by manipulating them. To avoid such losses, the non-Hermitian dynamics need to be realised in the quantum regime to measure the effects mentioned above. The superconducting quantum processor extracts relevant quantum correlations and efficiently programmes the required gates, adapted to a particular topology. Universal dilation method applicable to Hamiltonian A method for generating a two-qubit gate using the combination of single-qubit gates and controlled-NOT gates.

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