Entanglement and complexity of interacting qubits subject to asymmetric noise

  title={Entanglement and complexity of interacting qubits subject to asymmetric noise},
  author={Eliot Kapit and Pedram Roushan and Charles J. Neill and Sergio Boixo and Vadim N. Smelyanskiy},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
The simulation complexity of predicting the time evolution of delocalized many-body quantum systems has attracted much recent interest, and simulations of such systems in real quantum hardware are promising routes to demonstrating a quantum advantage over classical machines. In these proposals, random noise is an obstacle that must be overcome for a faithful simulation, and a single error event can be enough to drive the system to a classically trivial state. We argue that this need not always… 
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