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Dynamics of qudit gates and effects of spectator modes on optimal control pulses

@inproceedings{Ozguler2022DynamicsOQ,
  title={Dynamics of qudit gates and effects of spectator modes on optimal control pulses},
  author={A. Barics Ozguler and Joshua Adam Job},
  year={2022}
}
Qudit gates for high-dimensional quantum computing can be synthesized with high precision using numerical quantum optimal control techniques. Large circuits are broken down into modules and the tailored pulses for each module can be used as primitives for a qudit compiler. Application of the pulses of each module in the presence of extra modes may decrease their effectiveness due to crosstalk. In this paper, we address this problem by simulating qudit dynamics for circuit quantum electrodynamics… 

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