Distributed quantum-information processing with minimal local resources

@inproceedings{Campbell2007DistributedQP,
  title={Distributed quantum-information processing with minimal local resources},
  author={Earl T. Campbell},
  year={2007}
}
  • Earl T. Campbell
  • Published 2007
  • Physics
  • We present a protocol for growing graph states, the resource for one-way quantum computing, when the available entanglement mechanism is highly imperfect. The distillation protocol is frugal in its use of ancilla qubits, requiring only a single ancilla qubit when the noise is dominated by one Pauli error, and two for a general noise model. The protocol works with such scarce local resources by never postselecting on the measurement outcomes of purification rounds. We find that such a strategy… CONTINUE READING

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