Error suppression in adiabatic quantum computing with qubit ensembles

@article{Mohseni2019ErrorSI,
  title={Error suppression in adiabatic quantum computing with qubit ensembles},
  author={Naeimeh Mohseni and Marek Narozniak and Alexey N. Pyrkov and Valentin Ivannikov and Jonathan P.Dowling and Tim Byrnes},
  journal={npj Quantum Information},
  year={2019},
  volume={7},
  pages={1-10}
}
Incorporating protection against quantum errors into adiabatic quantum computing (AQC) is an important task due to the inevitable presence of decoherence. Here, we investigate an error-protected encoding of the AQC Hamiltonian, where qubit ensembles are used in place of qubits. Our Hamiltonian only involves total spin operators of the ensembles, offering a simpler route towards error-corrected quantum computing. Our scheme is particularly suited to neutral atomic gases where it is possible to… Expand

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