Constructing quantum circuits with global gates

@article{VanDeWetering2021ConstructingQC,
  title={Constructing quantum circuits with global gates},
  author={J. J. Van De Wetering},
  journal={New Journal of Physics},
  year={2021},
  volume={23}
}
There are various gate sets that can be used to describe a quantum computation. A particularly popular gate set in the literature on quantum computing consists of arbitrary single-qubit gates and two-qubit CNOT gates. A CNOT gate is however not always the natural multi-qubit interaction that can be implemented on a given physical quantum computer, necessitating a compilation step that transforms these CNOT gates to the native gate set. An especially interesting case where compilation is… 
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