Methodology for quantum logic gate construction

@article{Zhou2000MethodologyFQ,
  title={Methodology for quantum logic gate construction},
  author={Xinlan Zhou and Debbie W. Leung and Isaac L. Chuang Stanford University and Ibm Almaden Research Center},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2000},
  volume={62},
  pages={052316}
}
We present a general method to construct fault-tolerant quantum logic gates with a simple primitive, which is an analog of quantum teleportation. The technique extends previous results based on traditional quantum teleportation @Gottesman and Chuang, Nature ~London! 402, 390 ~1999!# and leads to straightforward and systematic construction of many fault-tolerant encoded operations, including the p/8 and Toffoli gates. The technique can also be applied to the construction of remote quantum… 

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