Characterizing Quantum Gates via Randomized Benchmarking

@article{Magesan2012CharacterizingQG,
  title={Characterizing Quantum Gates via Randomized Benchmarking},
  author={E. Magesan and J. Gambetta and J. Emerson},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2012},
  volume={85},
  pages={042311}
}
We describe and expand upon the scalable randomized benchmarking protocol proposed in Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 180504 (2011) which provides a method for benchmarking quantum gates and estimating the gate dependence of the noise. The protocol allows the noise to have weak time and gate dependence, and we provide a sufficient condition for the applicability of the protocol in terms of the average variation of the noise. We discuss how state-preparation and measurement errors are taken into account… Expand
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