Error-mitigated simulation of quantum many-body scars on quantum computers with pulse-level control

@article{Chen2022ErrormitigatedSO,
  title={Error-mitigated simulation of quantum many-body scars on quantum computers with pulse-level control},
  author={I-Chi Chen and Benjamin Burdick and Yongxin Yao and Peter P. Orth and Thomas Iadecola},
  journal={Physical Review Research},
  year={2022}
}
Quantum many-body scars are an intriguing dynamical regime in which quantum systems exhibit coherent dynamics and long-range correlations when prepared in certain initial states. We use this combination of coherence and many-body correlations to benchmark the performance of present-day quantum computing devices by using them to simulate the dynamics of an antiferromagnetic initial state in mixed-field Ising chains of up to 19 sites. In addition to calculating the dynamics of local observables… 

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