Capturing non-Markovian dynamics on near-term quantum computers

@article{HeadMarsden2020CapturingND,
  title={Capturing non-Markovian dynamics on near-term quantum computers},
  author={Kade Head-Marsden and Stefan Krastanov and David A. Mazziotti and Prineha Narang},
  journal={Physical Review Research},
  year={2020}
}
With the rapid progress in quantum hardware, there has been an increased interest in new quantum algorithms to describe complex many-body systems searching for the still-elusive goal of 'useful quantum advantage'. Surprisingly, quantum algorithms for the treatment of open quantum systems (OQSs) have remained under-explored, in part due to the inherent challenges of mapping non-unitary evolution into the framework of unitary gates. Evolving an open system unitarily necessitates dilation into a… 

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