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High-threshold fault-tolerant quantum computation with the GKP qubit and realistically noisy devices

@article{Fukui2019HighthresholdFQ,
  title={High-threshold fault-tolerant quantum computation with the GKP qubit and realistically noisy devices},
  author={Kosuke Fukui},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2019}
}
  • Kosuke Fukui
  • Published 24 June 2019
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Quantum Physics
To implement fault-tolerant quantum computation with continuous variables, continuous variables need to be digitized using an appropriate code such as the Gottesman--Kitaev--Preskill (GKP) qubit. We have developed a method to alleviate the required squeezing level to realize fault-tolerant quantum computation with the GKP qubit [K. Fukui, A. Tomita, A. Okamoto, and K. Fujii, Phys. Rev. X {\bf 8}, 021054 (2018)]. In the previous work, the required squeezing level can be reduced to less than 10… 

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