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Engineering holography with stabilizer graph codes

@inproceedings{Munne2022EngineeringHW,
  title={Engineering holography with stabilizer graph codes},
  author={Gerard Angles Munn'e and Valentin Kasper and Felix Huber},
  year={2022}
}
The discovery of holographic codes established a surprising connection between quantum error correction and the AdS/CFT correspondence. Recent technological progress in artificial quantum systems renders the experimental realization of such holographic codes now within reach. Formu-lating the hyperbolic pentagon code in terms of a stabilizer graph code, we propose an experimental implementation that is tailored to systems with long-range interactions. We show how to obtain encoding and decoding… 

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