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Autonomous adaptive noise characterization in quantum computers.

  title={Autonomous adaptive noise characterization in quantum computers.},
  author={Riddhi Swaroop Gupta and Alistair R. Milne and Claire L. Edmunds and C. Hempel and Michael J. Biercuk},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
New quantum computing architectures consider integrating qubits as sensors to provide actionable information useful for decoherence mitigation on neighboring data qubits, but little work has addressed how such schemes may be efficiently implemented in order to maximize information utilization. Techniques from classical estimation and dynamic control, suitably adapted to the strictures of quantum measurement, provide an opportunity to extract augmented hardware performance through automation of… 
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