Detecting Temporal Correlation via Quantum Random Number Generation

@inproceedings{Shikano2020DetectingTC,
  title={Detecting Temporal Correlation via Quantum Random Number Generation},
  author={Yutaka Shikano and Kentaro Tamura and Raymond H. Putra},
  booktitle={QSQW},
  year={2020}
}
All computing devices, including quantum computers, must exhibit that for a given input, an output is produced in accordance with the program. The outputs generated by quantum computers that fulfill these requirements are not temporally correlated, however. In a quantum-computing device comprising solid-state qubits such as superconducting qubits, any operation to rest the qubits to their initial state faces a practical problem. We applied a statistical analysis to a collection of random… 

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