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Learning Quantum Systems

  title={Learning Quantum Systems},
  author={Valentin Gebhart and Raffaele Santagati and Antonio A. Gentile and Erik M. Gauger and David A. Craig and Natalia Ares and Leonardo Banchi and Florian Marquardt and Luca Pezz{\`e} and Cristian Bonato},
Quantum technologies hold the promise to revolutionise our society with ground-breaking applications in secure communication, high-performance computing and ultra-precise sensing. One of the main features in scaling up quantum technologies is that the complexity of quantum systems scales exponentially with their size. This poses severe challenges in the efficient calibration, benchmarking and validation of quantum states and their dynamical control. While the complete simulation of large-scale… 

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