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- James R Wootton, Daniel Loss
- Physical review letters
- 2012

An algorithm is presented for error correction in the surface code quantum memory. This is shown to correct depolarizing noise up to a threshold error rate of 18.5%, exceeding previous results and coming close to the upper bound of 18.9%. The time complexity of the algorithm is found to be polynomial with error suppression, allowing efficient error… (More)

- James R Wootton, Jiannis K Pachos
- Physical review letters
- 2011

Anderson localization emerges in quantum systems when randomized parameters cause the exponential suppression of motion. Here we consider this phenomenon in topological models and establish its usefulness for protecting topologically encoded quantum information. For concreteness we employ the toric code. It is known that in the absence of a magnetic field… (More)

- James R. Wootton
- Entropy
- 2015

- Luka Trifunovic, Oliver Dial, +4 authors Daniel Loss
- 2012

The electron spin is a natural two-level system that allows a qubit to be encoded. When localized in a gate-defined quantum dot, the electron spin provides a promising platform for a future functional quantum computer. The essential ingredient of any quantum computer is entanglement—for the case of electron-spin qubits considered here—commonly achieved via… (More)

Minimum-weight perfect matching (MWPM) has been been the primary classical algorithm for error correction in the surface code, since it is of low runtime complexity and achieves relatively low logical error rates [Phys.] is able to achieve lower logical error rates and higher thresholds than MWPM, but requires a classical runtime complexity which is… (More)

An explicit lattice realization of a non-Abelian topological memory is presented. The correspondence between logical and physical states is seen directly by use of the stabilizer formalism. The resilience of the encoded states against errors is studied and compared to that of other memories. A set of non-topological operations are proposed to manipulate the… (More)

It is well known that the abelian Z2 anyonic model (toric code) can be realized on a highly entangled two-dimensional spin lattice, where the anyons are quasiparticles located at the endpoints of string-like concatenations of Pauli operators. Here we show that the same entangled states of the same lattice are capable of supporting the non-abelian Ising… (More)

- James R. Wootton, Jiannis K. Pachos
- Electr. Notes Theor. Comput. Sci.
- 2011

We consider topological quantum memories for a general class of abelian anyon models defined on spin lattices. These are non-universal for quantum computation when restricting to topological operations alone, such as braiding and fusion. The effects of additional non-topological operations, such as spin measurements, are studied. These are shown to allow… (More)

Topological quantum error correcting codes are unique. Their non-trivial syndromes can be interpreted as quasiparticles, and logical errors correspond to the propagation of these in topologically non-trivial loops. Hence, to a much greater extent than other error correcting codes, a wealth of techniques from physics may be applied to understand the… (More)

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