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Lecture# Quantum Information: Rabi Oscillations

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This lecture covers the concept of Rabi oscillations in quantum information, explaining the dynamics of spin in a magnetic field and the Hamiltonian evolution. The instructor discusses the rotation matrix, angle, and frequency, emphasizing the importance of understanding the Hamiltonian in different reference frames. The lecture concludes with a detailed explanation of the calculations involved in Rabi oscillations, highlighting the significance of the results obtained.

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