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Measurement Error Mitigation in Quantum Computers Through Classical Bit-Flip Correction

@article{Funcke2020MeasurementEM,
  title={Measurement Error Mitigation in Quantum Computers Through Classical Bit-Flip Correction},
  author={L. Funcke and T. Hartung and K. Jansen and Stefan Kuhn and Paolo Stornati and Xiao-Yang Wang},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2020}
}
  • L. Funcke, T. Hartung, +3 authors Xiao-Yang Wang
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • arXiv: Quantum Physics
  • We develop a classical bit-flip correction method to mitigate measurement errors on quantum computers. This method can be applied to any operator, any number of qubits, and any realistic bit-flip probability. We first demonstrate the successful performance of this method by correcting the noisy measurements of the ground-state energies of the longitudinal and transversal Ising models. We then generalize our results to arbitrary operators and test our method both numerically and experimentally… CONTINUE READING
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