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Many-body systems as resources for universal fault tolerant quantum computation

@article{Sarkar2019ManybodySA,
  title={Many-body systems as resources for universal fault tolerant quantum computation},
  author={Saubhik Sarkar and Chiranjib Mukhopadhyay and A. Bayat},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2019}
}
A universal quantum computer will inevitably rely on error correction to be fault tolerant. Most error correcting schemes are based on stabilizer circuits which fail to provide universal quantum computation. An extra quantum resource, in the form of magic states, is needed in conjunction with stabilizer circuits to perform universal quantum computation. However, creating, distilling, and preserving high quality magic states are not easy. Here, we show that quantum many-body systems are… Expand

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