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A randomized measurement toolbox for Rydberg quantum technologies

  title={A randomized measurement toolbox for Rydberg quantum technologies},
  author={Simone Notarnicola and Andreas Elben and Thierry Lahaye and Antoine Browaeys and Simone Montangero and Benoȋt Vermersch},
We present a toolbox to probe quantum many-body states implemented on Rydberg-atoms quantum hardware via randomized measurements. We illustrate the efficacy of this measurement toolbox in the context of probing entanglement, via the estimation of the purity, and of verifying a ground-state preparation using measurements of the Hamiltonian variance. To achieve this goal, we develop and discuss in detail a protocol to realize independent, local unitary rotations. We benchmark the protocol by… 

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