Native multiqubit Toffoli gates on ion trap quantum computers

@article{Goel2021NativeMT,
  title={Native multiqubit Toffoli gates on ion trap quantum computers},
  author={Nilesh Goel and James K. Freericks},
  journal={Quantum Science \& Technology},
  year={2021},
  volume={6}
}
We examine the detailed scenario for implementing n-control-qubit Toffoli gates and select gates on ion-trap quantum computers, especially those that shuttle ions into interaction zones. We determine expected performance of these gates with realistic parameters for an ion-trap quantum computer and taking into account the time variation of the exchange integrals. This allows us to estimate the errors due to spin–phonon entanglement as well. While there are challenges with implementing these… 

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