Measuring two-qubit gates

@inproceedings{White2007MeasuringTG,
  title={Measuring two-qubit gates},
  author={Andrew G White and Alexei Gilchrist and Geoff J Pryde and Jeremy Lloyd O'Brien and Michael J. Bremner and N K Langford},
  year={2007}
}
Accurate characterization of two-qubit gates will be critical for any realization of quantum computation. We discuss a range of measurements for characterizing two-qubit gates. These measures are architectureindependent and span a range of complexity from simple measurement routines to full quantum-state and process tomography. Simple indicative measures, which flag but do not quantify gate operation in the quantum regime, include the fringe visibility, parity, Bell-state fidelity, and… CONTINUE READING

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