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@ARTICLE{Joo2010,
author={ J. Joo, J. Bourassa, A. Blais, B.C. Sanders},
title={Electromagnetically induced transparency with amplification in superconducting circuits},
journal={Phys. Rev. Lett.},
year={2010},
volume={105},
number={7},
pages={073601},
document_type={Article},
local-url = {Joo2010.pdf}}
@ARTICLE{Lalumiere2010,
author={ K. Lalumière, J.M. Gambetta, A. Blais},
title={Tunable joint measurements in the dispersive regime of cavity QED},
journal={Phys. Rev. A},
year={2010},
volume={81},
number={4},
pages={040301},
document_type={Article},
local-url = {LALUMIERE2010.pdf}}
@ARTICLE{Boissonneault2010,
author={ M. Boissonneault, J.M. Gambetta, A. Blais},
title={Improved superconducting qubit readout by qubit-induced nonlinearities},
journal={Phys. Rev. Lett.},
year={2010},
volume={105},
number={10},
pages={100504},
document_type={Article},
local-url = {Boissonneault2010.pdf}}
@ARTICLE{DaSilva2010,
author={ M.P. Da Silva, D. Bozyigit, A. Wallraff, A. Blais},
title={Schemes for the observation of photon correlation functions in circuit QED with linear detectors},
journal={Phys. Rev. A},
year={2010},
volume={82},
number={4},
pages={043804},
document_type={Article},
local-url = {DaSilva2010.pdf}}
@ARTICLE{Bianchetti2010,
author={ R. Bianchetti, S. Filipp, M. Baur, J.M. Fink, C. Lang, L. Steffen, M. Boissonneault, A. Blais, A. Wallraff},
title={Control and tomography of a three level superconducting artificial atom},
journal={Phys. Rev. Lett.},
year={2010},
volume={105},
number={22},
pages={223601},
document_type={Article},
local-url = {Bianchetti2010.pdf}}
@article{reulet2010aa,
Year = {2010},
Abstract = {Perspectives of mesoscopic physics, dedicated to Yoseph Imry’s 70th birthday.},
title = {The Third Moment of Current Fluctuations in a Tunnel Junction: Experiments in the Classical and Quantum Regimes},
author = {B. Reulet, J. Gabelli, L. Spietz and D.E. Prober},
editor = {A. Aharony and O. Entin-Wohlman},
journal = {Perspectives of mesoscopic physics, dedicated to Yoseph Imry’s 70th birthday, edited by A. Aharony and O. Entin-Wohlman, World Scientific}}
@article{Branchaud2010,
Abstract = {Low-temperature magnetoconductance measurements were made in the vicinity of the charge neutrality point (CNP). Two origins for the fluctuations were identified close to the CNP. At very low magnetic fields there exist only mesoscopic magnetoconductance quantum interference features which develop rapidly as a function of density. At slightly higher fields (>0.5 T), close to the CNP, additional fluctuations track the quantum Hall (QH) sequence expected for monolayer graphene. These additional features are attributed to effects of locally charging individual QH localized states. These effects reveal a precursor to the quantum Hall effect since, unlike previous transport observations of QH dot charging effects, they occur in the absence of quantum Hall plateaus or Shubnikov-de Haas oscillations. From our transport data we are able to extract parameters that characterize the inhomogeneities in our device. {\copyright} 2010 The American Physical Society.},
Art_Number = {121406},
Author = {Branchaud, S. and Kam, A. and Zawadzki, P. and Peeters, F.M. and Sachrajda, A.S.},
Document_Type = {Article},
Journal = {Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics},
Number = {12},
Source = {Scopus},
Title = {Transport detection of quantum Hall fluctuations in graphene},
Url = {http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-77955150883&partnerID=40&md5=664a6400c41c04b8261f92178eaa7fe0},
Volume = {81},
Year = {2010},
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@article{Cockinsa20109496,
Abstract = {Strong confinement of charges in few-electron systems such as in atoms, molecules, and quantum dots leads to a spectrum of discrete energy levels often shared by several degenerate states. Because the electronic structure is key to understanding their chemical properties, methods that probe these energy levels in situ are important.We show how electrostatic force detection using atomic force microscopy reveals the electronic structure of individual and coupled self-assembled quantum dots. An electron addition spectrum results from a change in cantilever resonance frequency and dissipation when an electron tunnels on/off a dot. The spectra show clear level degeneracies in isolated quantum dots, supported by the quantitative measurement of predicted temperature-dependent shifts of Coulomb blockade peaks. Scanning the surface shows that several quantum dots may reside on what topographically appears to be just one. Relative coupling strengths can be estimated from these images of grouped coupled dots.},
Author = {Cockinsa, L. and Miyahara, Y. and Bennett, S.D. and Clerk, A.A. and Studenikin, S. and Poole, P. and Sachrajda, A. and Grutter, P.},
Document_Type = {Article},
Journal = {Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
Number = {21},
Pages = {9496-9501},
Source = {Scopus},
Title = {Energy levels of few-electron quantum dots imaged and characterized by atomic force microscopy},
Url = {http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-77953113208&partnerID=40&md5=efeeb5d50610ee307417f0b14d53de36},
Volume = {107},
Year = {2010},
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@article{P10a,
Abstract = {The Lieb-Robinson bound shows the existence of a maximum speed of signal propagation in discrete quantum mechanical systems with local interactions. This generalizes the concept of relativistic causality beyond field theory, and provides a powerful tool in theoretical condensed matter physics and quantum information science. Here, we extend the scope of this seminal result by considering general Markovian quantum evolution, where we prove that an equivalent bound holds. In addition, we use the generalized bound to demonstrate that correlations in the stationary state of a Markov process decay on a length-scale set by the Lieb-Robinson velocity and the system's relaxation time. },
Author = {David Poulin},
Date-Added = {2010-04-22 09:52:11 -0400},
Date-Modified = {2010-05-06 13:38:06 -0400},
Journal = {Phys. Rev. Lett.},
Volume = {104},
Pages = {190401},
Local-Url = {P10a.pdf},
Title = {Lieb-Robinson bound and locality for general Markovian quantum dynamics},
Year = {2010},
Eprint = {1003.3675}}
@article{BP10b,
Abstract = {We continue our numerical study of quantum belief propagation initiated in cite{PB08a}. We demonstrate how the method can be expressed in terms of an effective thermal potential that materializes when the system presents quantum correlations, but is insensitive to classical correlations. The thermal potential provides an efficient means to assess the precision of belief propagation on graphs with no loops. We illustrate these concepts using the one-dimensional quantum Ising model and compare our results with exact solutions. We also use the method to study the transverse field quantum Ising spin glass for which we obtain a phase diagram that is largely in agreement with the one obtained in cite{LSS07a} using a different approach. Finally, we introduce the coarse grained belief propagation (CGBP) algorithm to improve belief propagation at low temperatures. This method combines the reliability of belief propagation at high temperatures with the ability of entanglement renormalization to efficiently describe low energy subspaces of quantum systems with local interactions. With CGBP, thermodynamic properties of quantum systems can be calculated with a high degree of accuracy at all temperatures. },
Author = {E. Bilgin and David Poulin},
Date-Added = {2009-10-13 12:36:12 -0400},
Date-Modified = {2010-05-06 13:36:54 -0400},
Eprint = {arXiv:0910.2299},
Journal = {Phys. Rev. B},
Keywords = {Simulation; Belief Propagation},
Local-Url = {BP10b.pdf},
Pages = {054106},
Title = {Coarse grained belief propagation for simulation of interacting quantum systems at all temperatures},
Volume = {81},
Year = {2010}}
@article{Gaudreau2010817,
Abstract = {We are pursuing a capability to perform time resolved manipulations of single spins in quantum dot circuits involving more than two quantum dots. In this paper, we demonstrate full counting statistics as well as averaging techniques used to calibrate the tunnel barriers. We make use of this to implement the Delft protocol [1] for single shot single spin readout in a device designed to form a triple quantum dot potential. We are able to tune the tunnelling times over around three orders of magnitude. We obtain a spin relaxation time of 300 μ s at 10 T. Crown Copyright {\copyright} 2009.},
Author = {Gaudreau, L. and Kam, A. and Kycia, J.B. and Studenikin, S.A. and Granger, G. and Mason, J.D. and Zawadzki, P. and Sachrajda, A.S.},
Document_Type = {Article},
Journal = {Physica E: Low-Dimensional Systems and Nanostructures},
Number = {4},
Pages = {817-820},
Source = {Scopus},
Title = {Time resolved control of electron tunnelling times and single-shot spin readout in a quantum dot},
Url = {http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-76949100921&partnerID=40&md5=6eaea12d2c7d0a0e1094b7890d1255cd},
Volume = {42},
Year = {2010},
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@Article{PhysRevB.82.075304,
title = {Three-dimensional transport diagram of a triple quantum dot},
author = {Granger, G. and Gaudreau, L. and Kam, A. and Pioro-Ladriere, M. and Studenikin, S. A. and Wasilewski, Z. R. and Zawadzki, P. and Sachrajda, A. S.},
journal = {Phys. Rev. B},
volume = {82},
number = {7},
pages = {075304},
numpages = {5},
year = {2010},
month = {Aug},
doi = {10.1103/PhysRevB.82.075304},
publisher = {American Physical Society}}
@article{Granger2010,
Abstract = {We measure a triple quantum dot in the regime where three addition lines, corresponding to the addition of an electron to each of three dots, pass through each other. In particular, we probe the interplay between transport and the three-dimensional nature of the stability diagram. We choose the regime most pertinent for spin qubit applications. We find that at low bias transport through the triple quantum dot circuit is only possible at six quadruple point locations. The results are consistent with an equivalent circuit model. {\copyright} 2010 The American Physical Society.},
Art_Number = {075304},
Author = {Granger, G. and Gaudreau, L. and Kam, A. and Pioro-Ladri{\`e}re, M. and Studenikin, S.A. and Wasilewski, Z.R. and Zawadzki, P. and Sachrajda, A.S.},
Document_Type = {Article},
Journal = {Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics},
Number = {7},
Source = {Scopus},
Title = {Three-dimensional transport diagram of a triple quantum dot},
Url = {http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-77957577844&partnerID=40&md5=10593be2b38829b72c0c9e8acd480ffc},
Volume = {82},
Year = {2010},
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@article{Granger20102622,
Abstract = {The purpose of this work is to fabricate ribbon-like InGaAs and InAsP wires embedded in InP ridge structures and investigate their transport properties. The InP ridge structures that contain the wires are selectively grown by chemical beam epitaxy (CBE) on pre-patterned InP substrates. To optimize the growth and micro-fabrication processes for electronic transport, we explore the Ohmic contact resistance, the electron density, and the mobility as a function of the wire width using standard transport and Shubnikovde Haas measurements. At low temperatures the ridge structures reveal reproducible mesoscopic conductance fluctuations. We also fabricate ridge structures with submicron gate electrodes that exhibit non-leaky gating and good pinch-off characteristics acceptable for device operation. Using such wrap gate electrodes, we demonstrate that the wires can be split to form quantum dots evidenced by Coulomb blockade oscillations in transport measurements. {\copyright} 2009 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.},
Author = {Granger, G. and Kam, A. and Studenikin, S.A. and Sachrajda, A.S. and Aers, G.C. and Williams, R.L. and Poole, P.J.},
Document_Type = {Conference Paper},
Journal = {Physica E: Low-Dimensional Systems and Nanostructures},
Number = {10},
Pages = {2622-2627},
Source = {Scopus},
Title = {Electron transport in gated InGaAs and InAsP quantum well wires in selectively grown InP ridge structures},
Url = {http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-77957990662&partnerID=40&md5=63871693c3f2e9e05c463b0c62ddedea},
Volume = {42},
Year = {2010},
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@article{DP10a,
Abstract = {We present a family of algorithms, combining real-space renormalization methods and belief propagation, to estimate the free energy of a topologically ordered system in the presence of defects. Such an algorithm is needed to preserve the quantum information stored in the ground space of a topologically ordered system and to decode topological error-correcting codes. For a system of linear size $ell$, our algorithm runs in time $logell$ compared to $ell^6$ needed for the minimum-weight perfect matching algorithm previously used in this context and achieves a higher depolarizing error threshold.},
Author = {Guillaume Duclos-Cianci and David Poulin},
Date-Added = {2009-11-09 09:11:43 -0500},
Date-Modified = {2010-05-06 13:37:27 -0400},
Eprint = {arXiv:0911.0581},
Journal = {Phys. Rev. Lett.},
Keywords = {Topological QC; Error correction},
Local-Url = {DP10a.pdf},
Pages = {050504},
Title = {Fast decoders for topological quantum codes},
Volume = {104},
Year = {2010}}
@inproceedings{DP10a1,
Year = {2010},
Abstract = {Topological quantum error-correcting codes are defined by geometrically local checks on a two-dimensional lattice of quantum bits (qubits), making them particularly well suited for fault-tolerant quantum information processing. Here, we present a decoding algorithm for topological codes that is faster than previously known algorithms and applies to a wider class of topological codes. Our algorithm makes use of two methods inspired from statistical physics: renormalization groups and mean-field approximations. First, the topological code is approximated by a concatenated block code that can be efficiently decoded. To improve this approximation, additional consistency conditions are imposed between the blocks, and are solved by a belief propagation algorithm.},
title = {A renormalization group decoding algorithm for topological quantum codes},
booktitle = {IEEE Information Theory Workshop},
author = {Guillaume Duclos-Cianci and David Poulin},
eprint = {arXiv:1006.1362},
local-url = {DP10a1.pdf}}
@article{CPFS10a,
Author = {M. Cramer and M.B. Plenio and S.T. Flammia and R. Somma and D. Gross and S.D. Bartlett and O. Landon-Cardinal and D. Poulin and Y.-K. Liu},
Journal = {Nature Comm.},
Pages = {149},
Title = {Efficient quantum state tomography},
Volume = {1},
Year = {2010},
Eprint = {1101.4366},
Abstract = {Quantum state tomography—deducing quantum states from measured data—is the gold standard for verification and benchmarking of quantum devices. It has been realized in systems with few components, but for larger systems it becomes unfeasible because the number of measurements and the amount of computation required to process them grows exponentially in the system size. Here, we present two tomography schemes that scale much more favourably than direct tomography with system size. One of them requires unitary operations on a constant number of subsystems, whereas the other requires only local measurements together with more elaborate post-processing. Both rely only on a linear number of experimental operations and post-processing that is polynomial in the system size. These schemes can be applied to a wide range of quantum states, in particular those that are well approximated by matrix product states. The accuracy of the reconstructed states can be rigorously certified without any a priori assumptions.},
Local-Url = {CPFS10a1.pdf}}
@article{Mason2010813,
Abstract = {In this paper, we give details related to the implementation of a rf-QPC charge detector coupled to a GaAs/AlGaAs triple dot. Each component of the readout circuit is discussed with emphasis on the isolator. We use a 10 K noise temperature HEMT amplifier in the readout and determine that the attenuation of amplifier noise that the isolator provides is not significant. A base electron temperature of 100 mK is reached independent of the existence of the isolator in the readout circuit. We also discuss the use of normal metal and superconducting resonant circuits. Using the superconducting resonant circuit, we detect charge motion in the device and determine that the bandwidth of the readout is at least 1 MHz with a sensitivity of 1.46 × 10 - 4 e / sqrt(Hz). {\copyright} 2009 Elsevier B.V.},
Author = {Mason, J.D. and Gaudreau, L. and Studenikin, S.A. and Kam, A. and Djurkovic, B. and Sachrajda, A.S. and Kycia, J.B.},
Document_Type = {Article},
Journal = {Physica E: Low-Dimensional Systems and Nanostructures},
Number = {4},
Pages = {813-816},
Source = {Scopus},
Title = {A high speed radio-frequency quantum point contact charge detector for time resolved readout applications of spin qubits},
Url = {http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-76949086444&partnerID=40&md5=5f1ea860c41d74d31ec4cd922114694c},
Volume = {42},
Year = {2010},
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@article{BNPV10a,
Author = {R. Blume-Kohout and H.K. Ng and D. Poulin and L. Viola},
Date-Added = {2010-03-16 13:15:33 -0400},
Date-Modified = {2010-12-09 14:07:09 -0500},
Eprint = {arXiv:1006.1358},
Journal = {Phys. Rev. A},
Pages = {062306},
Title = {Information preserving structures: a general framework for quantum zero-error information},
Volume = {82},
Year = {2010},
Local-Url = {BNPV10b1.pdf},
Abstract = {Quantum systems carry information. Quantum theory supports at least two distinct kinds of
information (classical and quantum), and a variety of different ways to encode and preserve information
in physical systems. A system's ability to carry information is constrained and defined
by the noise in its dynamics. This paper introduces an operational framework, using informationpreserving
structures to classify all the kinds of information that can be perfectly (i.e., with zero
error) preserved by quantum dynamics. We prove that every perfectly preserved code has the same
structure as a matrix algebra, and that preserved information can always be corrected. We also
classify distinct operational criteria for preservation (e.g., ``noiseless'', ``unitarily correctible'', etc.)
and introduce two new and natural criteria for measurement-stabilized and unconditionally preserved
codes. Finally, for several of these operational critera, we present efficient [polynomial in the
state-space dimension] algorithms to find all of a channel's information-preserving structures.}}
@inproceedings{BPT10b,
Author = {S. Bravyi and D. Poulin and B.M. Terhal},
Booktitle = {Quantum Cryptography and Computing},
Editor = {R. Horodecki and S. Ya. Kilin and J. Kowalik},
Pages = {125},
Title = {Tradeoffs for reliable quantum information storage in 2D systems},
Year = {2010},
local-url = {BPT10a.pdf}}
@article{BPT10a,
Abstract = {We ask whether there are fundamental limits on storing quantum information reliably in a bounded volume of space. To investigate this question, we study quantum error correcting codes specified by geometrically local commuting constraints on a 2D lattice of finite-dimensional quantum particles. For these 2D systems, we derive a tradeoff between the number of encoded qubits $k$, the distance of the code $d$, and the number of particles $n$. It is shown that $kd^2=O(n)$ where the coefficient in $O(n)$ depends only on the locality of the constraints and dimension of the Hilbert spaces describing individual particles. The analogous tradeoff for the classical information storage is $ksqrt{d} =O(n)$.},
Author = {S. Bravyi and David Poulin and B.M. Terhal},
Date-Added = {2009-10-01 08:43:00 -0400},
Date-Modified = {2010-05-06 13:35:38 -0400},
Eprint = {arXiv:0909.5200},
Journal = {Phys. Rev. Lett.},
Keywords = {Error correction, Self correcting},
Local-Url = {BPT10b.pdf},
Pages = {050503},
Title = {Tradeoffs for reliable quantum information storage in {2D} systems},
Volume = {104},
Year = {2010}}
@article{Santavicca2010,
author = {Santavicca, D.F., Reulet, B., Karasik, B.S., Pereverzev, S.V., Olaya, D., Gershenson, M.E., Frunzio, L. , Prober, D.E.},
title = {Energy resolution of terahertz single-photon-sensitive bolometric detectors},
journal = {Applied Physics Letters},
year = {2010},
volume = {96, 083505, also in Virtual Journal of Applications of Superconductivity},
number = {8},
art_number = {083505},
abstract = {We report measurements of the energy resolution of ultrasensitive superconducting bolometric detectors. The device is a superconducting titanium nanobridge with niobium contacts. A fast microwave pulse is used to simulate a single higher-frequency photon, where the absorbed energy of the pulse is equal to the photon energy. This technique allows precise calibration of the input coupling and avoids problems with unwanted background photons. Present devices have an intrinsic full-width at half-maximum energy resolution of approximately 23 THz, near the predicted value due to intrinsic thermal fluctuation noise. 2010 American Institute of Physics.},
document_type = {Article}}
@journal article{10.1063/1.3518919,
title = {Triple quantum dot device designed for three spin qubits},
publisher = {AIP},
journal = {App Phys Lett},
year = {2010},
doi = {DOI:10.1063/1.3518919},
issn = {00036951},
eissn = {10773118},
coden = {APPLAB},
volume = {97},
number = {21},
pages = {212104},
author = {T. Takakura and M. Pioro-Ladrière and T. Obata and Y.-S. Shin and R. Brunner and K. Yoshida and T. Taniyama and S. Tarucha},
keywords = {micromagnetics; numerical analysis; paramagnetic resonance; quantum computing; quantum dots; },
url = {http://dx.doi.org/doi/10.1063/1.3518919}}
@Article{Obata:2010p701,
author = {Toshiaki Obata and Michel Pioro-Ladriere and Yasuhiro Tokura and Yun-Sok Shin and Toshihiro Kubo and Katsuharu Yoshida and Tomoyasu Taniyama and Seigo Tarucha},
journal = {Phys Rev B},
title = {Coherent manipulation of individual electron spin in a double quantum dot integrated with a micromagnet},
abstract = {We report the coherent manipulation of electron spins in a double quantum dot integrated with a micromagnet. We performed electric dipole spin resonance experiments in the continuous wave (CW) and pump-and-pobe modes. We observed two resonant CW peaks and two Rabi oscillations of the quantum dot current by sweeping an external magnetic field at a fixed frequency. Two peaks and oscillations are measured at different resonant magnetic field, which reflects the fact that the local magnetic fields at each quantum dot are modulated by the stray field of a micromagnet. As predicted with a density matrix approach, the CW current is quadratic with respect to microwave (MW) voltage while the Rabi frequency (nu(Rabi)) is linear. The difference between the nu(Rabi) values of two Rabi oscillations directly reflects the MW electric field across the two dots. These results show that the spins on each dot can be manipulated coherently at will by tuning the micromagnet alignment and MW electric field.},
affiliation = {JST, ICORP, Quantum Spin Informat Project, Atsugi, Kanagawa 2430198, Japan},
number = {8},
pages = {085317},
volume = {81},
year = {2010},
month = {Jan},
language = {English},
keywords = {Resonance, Fields},
date-added = {2010-05-14 10:35:46 -0400},
date-modified = {2010-05-14 10:35:46 -0400},
doi = {10.1103/PhysRevB.81.085317},
pmid = {000275053300084},
uri = {papers://2218479D-7AA1-43D5-8E9E-4EF38C7D1379/Paper/p701},
rating = {0}}
@Article{Shin:2010p696,
author = {Yun-Sok Shin and Toshiaki Obata and Yasuhiro Tokura and Michel Pioro-Ladriere and Roland Brunner and Toshihiro Kubo and Katsuharu Yoshida and Seigo Tarucha},
journal = {Phys Rev Lett},
title = {Single-Spin Readout in a Double Quantum Dot Including a Micromagnet},
abstract = {We use photon-assisted tunneling (PAT) and an inhomogeneous Zeeman field to demonstrate spin-selective PAT readout with a double quantum dot. The inhomogeneous Zeeman field is generated by a proximal micromagnet, which provides different stray fields between the two dots, resulting in an energy difference between the interdot PAT of the up-spin state and that of the down-spin state. We apply various external magnetic fields to modify the relative filling weight between the up-spin and down-spin states and detect it by using a charge detection technique to probe the PAT induced charge delocalization in the double dot.},
affiliation = {JST, ICORP, Quantum Spin Informat Project, Atsugi, Kanagawa 2430198, Japan},
number = {4},
pages = {046802},
volume = {104},
year = {2010},
month = {Jan},
language = {English},
keywords = {Electron-Spin, Fields},
date-added = {2010-05-14 10:35:56 -0400},
date-modified = {2010-05-14 10:35:56 -0400},
doi = {10.1103/PhysRevLett.104.046802},
pmid = {000274336600039},
uri = {papers://2218479D-7AA1-43D5-8E9E-4EF38C7D1379/Paper/p696},
rating = {0}
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