Machine-learning based three-qubit gate for realization of a Toffoli gate with cQED-based transmon systems

  title={Machine-learning based three-qubit gate for realization of a Toffoli gate with cQED-based transmon systems},
  author={Sahar Daraeizadeh and S. Premaratne and Xiaoyu Song and M. Perkowski and A. Matsuura},
We use machine learning techniques to design a 50 ns three-qubit flux-tunable controlled-controlled-phase gate with fidelity of >99.99% for nearest-neighbor coupled transmons in circuit quantum electrodynamics architectures. We explain our gate design procedure where we enforce realistic constraints, and analyze the new gate's robustness under decoherence, distortion, and random noise. Our controlled-controlled-phase gate in combination with two single-qubit gates realizes a Toffoli gate which… Expand
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