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Noise in Digital and Digital-Analog Quantum Computation

@inproceedings{GarciaMolina2021NoiseID,
  title={Noise in Digital and Digital-Analog Quantum Computation},
  author={Paula Garc'ia-Molina and Ana Martin and Mikel Sanz},
  year={2021}
}
Quantum computing makes use of quantum resources provided by the underlying quantum nature of matter to enhance classical computation. However, current Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum (NISQ) era in quantum computing is characterized by the use of quantum processors comprising from a few tens to, at most, few hundreds of physical qubits without implementing quantum error correction techniques. This limits the scalability in the implementation of quantum algorithms. Digital-analog quantum… Expand

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