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Fault-tolerance against loss for photonic FTQEC

@article{Fortescue2014FaulttoleranceAL,
  title={Fault-tolerance against loss for photonic FTQEC},
  author={Ben Fortescue and Sameer Nawaf and Mark S. Byrd},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2014}
}
In general, fault-tolerant quantum error correction (FTQEC) procedures are designed to detect, correct, and be fault-tolerant against errors occurring within the qubit subspace. But in some qubit implementations, additional "leakage" errors can occur in which the system leaves this subspace, and standard FTQEC procedures may not be fault-tolerant against such errors. Generic methods for achieving fault-tolerance against leakage are costly in terms of resources. In this paper we demonstrate that… 

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