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Efficient and robust estimation of many-qubit Hamiltonians

  title={Efficient and robust estimation of many-qubit Hamiltonians},
  author={Daniel Stilck Francca and Liubov Markovich and Viatcheslav V. Dobrovitski and Albert H. Werner and Johannes Borregaard},
Characterizing the interactions and dynamics of quantum mechanical systems is an essential task in the development of quantum technologies. We propose a novel protocol for estimating the underlying Hamiltonian dynamics and Markovian noise of a multi-qubit device. It is based on the efficient estimation of the time-derivatives of few qubit observables using polynomial interpolation. For finite range dynamics, our protocol exponentially improves the necessary time-resolution of the measurements and… 

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