Automatic quantum error correction

@article{Barnes2000AutomaticQE,
  title={Automatic quantum error correction},
  author={Barnes and Warren},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2000},
  volume={85 4},
  pages={
          856-9
        }
}
Criteria are given by which dissipative evolution in the weak coupling limit can transfer populations and coherences between quantum subspaces, without a loss of coherence. The result is a form of quantum error correction implemented by the joint evolution of a system with a cold bath. It requires no external intervention and, in principle, no ancilla. An example of such a system, consisting of three dipole ordered spin 1/2 particles in a resonator, is given. The qubit, or the triple quantum… CONTINUE READING

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