Concatenated dynamical decoupling with virtual pulses

@inproceedings{Alvarez2012ConcatenatedDD,
  title={Concatenated dynamical decoupling with virtual pulses},
  author={Gonzalo A. Alvarez and Alexandre M. Souza and Dieter Suter},
  year={2012}
}
The loss of quantum information due to interaction with external degrees of freedom, which is known as decoherence, remains one of the main obstacles for large-scale implementations of quantum computing. Accordingly, different measures are being explored for reducing its effect. One of them is dynamical decoupling (DD) which offers a practical solution because it only requires the application of control pulses to the system qubits. Starting from basic DD sequences, more sophisticated schemes… Expand
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