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Design and application of high-speed and high-precision CV gate on IBM Q OpenPulse system

  title={Design and application of high-speed and high-precision CV gate on IBM Q OpenPulse system},
  author={Shun Oomura and Takahiko Satoh and Michihiko Sugawara and Naoki Yamamoto},
Faster and more precise physical processing of quantum gate, by suitably designing a pulse sequence to implement the target gate, will greatly improve the performance of quantum algorithms in the presence of noise. In this paper, we demonstrate that, by employing OpenPulse design kit for IBM Q devices, the controlled-V gate (CV gate) can be implemented in about 34.5% shorter gate time, with 0.66% improvement in the average gate fidelity, compared to the standard version provided there. Then… Expand
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