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Benchmarking 16-element quantum search algorithms on IBM quantum processors

@article{Gwinner2020Benchmarking1Q,
  title={Benchmarking 16-element quantum search algorithms on IBM quantum processors},
  author={Jan Gwinner and Marcin Brianski and W. Burkot and Lukasz Czerwi'nski and Vladyslav Hlembotskyi},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2007.06539}
}
We present experimental results on running 4-qubit unstructured search on IBM quantum processors. Our best attempt attained probability of success around 24.5%. We try several algorithms and use the most recent developments in quantum search to reduce the number of entangling gates that are currently considered the main source of errors in quantum computations. Comparing theoretical expectations of an algorithm performance with the actual data, we explore the hardware limits, showing sharp… Expand
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