A Quantum self-Routing Packet Switching. Manish Kumar Shukla, Rahul Ratan and A. Yavuz Oruc, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park. Abstract.
Manish Kumar Shukla, Rahul Ratan and A. Yavuz Oruc,
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park.
1.Classical network: random packet drops
2.Quantum network: Using quantum superposition
stageif the most significant address bit is ‘1’ and to the upper output if the bit is ‘0’
then the action of the gate is
is always fed with dummy packets which are distinguishable from data packet
(1) The address bits of the data-packets are replicated
(2) The address part of the dummy packets is formed by repeating ‘01’ (P/2)-1 times , where the P is the number of bits in the address part of packets at and
(3) The first bit of the data part is also used for distinguishing between data and dummy packets .
This bit is set to ‘0’ in the dummy packets and to ‘1’ in data packets
P: data part
A: address part (represent address bits ‘00’ , ‘11’ and ‘01’ by ‘0’ , ‘1’ and ‘d’ )