# Questions tagged [tensor-product]

A tensor is an abstract object generalising a scalar or vector and can be represented by a number, a 1D array, 2D matrix or higher order generalisations thereof. A tensor product is a product defined on these tensors yielding other tensors or a method to define or represent tensors. If appropriate, also use the [mathematics] tag.

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### How to obtain the tensor-product of two quantum operations (superoperators) explicitly?

I have an amplitude damping channel, denoted as a superoperator $\mathcal{E}$ with operator elements \begin{matrix} E_1=\begin{pmatrix} 1 & 0 \\ 0 & \sqrt{1-r} \end{pmatrix},\quad ...
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### Writing the transformation matrix for the following in terms of Kronecker products of elementary 2-qubit gates

I have a set of transformations that transforms $|11001\rangle\to |10101\rangle$ which is basically keeping the leftmost qubit as it is and then it is just the CNOT between the successive qubits, I ...
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### What is the tensorial representation of the quantum swap gate?

I need to write the tensorial representation of the Controlled Swap Gate, what I have written is $\operatorname{CSWAP}=|0\rangle\langle0|\otimes I\otimes I+|1\rangle\langle1|\otimes U$, where U is ...
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### Notation for two qubit composite product state

In my lecture notes on quantum information processing my lecturer gives an example of composite systems as $|\phi\rangle=|0\rangle |0\rangle=|00\rangle$. I understand that if we have two qubits then ...