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Appendix E: Acronyms and Glossary
Pages 209-214

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... Appendix E Acronyms and Glossary LIST OF ACRONYMS 2D two dimensional 2DES two-dimensional electronic spectroscopy 2DIR two-dimensional infrared 3D three dimensional 4D four dimensional AC alternating current AMO atomic molecular and optical BBO β-barium borate BI Boehringer Ingelheim CC coupled cluster theory CCI Community College Internship CCNOT controlled-controlled NOT gate CISS chirality-induced spin selectivity CNOT controlled NOT gate CQC Cambridge Quantum Computing CW continuous wave DEER double electron-electron resonance DFT density functional theory DMRG density matrix renormalization group DNP dynamic nuclear polarization DOD Department of Defense DOE Department of Energy DQ double quantum 209
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... 210 ADVANCING CHEMISTRY AND QUANTUM INFORMATION SCIENCE EDM electric dipole moment ELDOR electron-electron double resonance EMF endohedral metallofullerene ENDOR electron-nuclear double resonance EPR electron paramagnetic resonance ES electronic spectroscopy ESEEM electron-spin-echo envelope modulation ESR electron spin resonance ET electron transfer ETPA entangled two-photon absorption FAIR Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, and Reusability FCI full configuration interaction FeMoCo FeMo cofactor FMO Fenna–Matthews–Olson FTQC fault-tolerant quantum computing HOM Hong–Ou–Mandel HR hyper-Raman HX heavy-hole INS inelastic neutron scattering IR infrared IRSC Indian River State College KDP potassium dideuterium phosphate L3C low-profit limited liability company LX light-hole MMCC method of moments coupled cluster MOF metal–organic framework MRFM magnetic resonance force microscopy μSR muon spin relaxation NDAA National Defense Authorization Act NHMFL National High Magnetic Field Laboratory NIR near-infrared NISQ noisy intermediate-scale quantum NIST National Institute of Standards and Technology NMR nuclear magnetic resonance NP nondeterministic polynomial time NQI National Quantum Initiative NQIA National Quantum Initiative Act NSF National Science Foundation NSMM near-field scanning microwave microscopy NSOM (SNOM) near-field scanning optical microscopy NV nitrogen vacancy
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... APPENDIX E 211 OCC optical cycling center ODMR optically detected magnetic resonance OOP-ESEEM out-of-phase electron-spin-echo envelope modulation OXIDE Open Chemistry Collaborative in Diversity Equity PBS polarizing beam splitter PI principal investigator QED-C Quantum Economic Development Consortium QIS quantum information science QISE quantum information science and engineering QIST quantum information science and technology QMA-Hard Quantum Merlin Arthur-Hard QMC quantum Monte Carlo QML quantum machine learning Q-NEXT Next Generation Quantum Science and Engineering QPE quantum phase estimation QTEdu Quantum Technology Education QTM quantum tunneling of magnetization R&D research and development RF radiofrequency SBIR Small Business Innovation Research SF singlet fission SMM single-molecule magnet SNL shot noise limit SNR signal-to-noise ratio SPDC spontaneous parametric down-conversion SQP spin qubit pair STEM science, technology, engineering, and mathematics STM scanning tunneling microscope STTR Small Business Technology Transfer T1 spin-lattice relaxation time T2 transverse spin relaxation time TEM transmission electron microscopy TLS two-level system TPA two-photon absorption URPOC underrepresented people of color VQE variational quantum eigensolver ZFS zero-field splitting ZPL zero-phonon line ZQ zero quantum
From page 212...
... with less accurate but more universal calculations to enable the exploration of complex phenomena and systems. Examples of embedding include density matrix embedding theory, dynamical mean field theory, and the concept of a complete active space.
From page 213...
... Hybrid quantum architectures - This can refer to quantum technologies that make use of disparate quantum technologies (e.g., a system of nitrogen-vacancy center sensors that are coupled to superconducting microwave cavities) , or it can refer to systems of processing information that make use of both quantum and conventional classical hardware (e.g., quantum variational algorithms, which use both a quantum computer and a classical computer)
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... Scalable quantum architecture - An architecture for quantum computing that can scale to much larger sizes and, ideally, scale to the point of realizing scientifically or commercially valuable computations. Here "architecture" refers to a complete specification for how an information processing system functions.

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