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On the role of entanglement in qudit-based circuit compression

  title={On the role of entanglement in qudit-based circuit compression},
  author={Xiaoqin Gao and Paul Appel and Nicolai Friis and Martin Ringbauer and Marcus Huber},
Gate-based universal quantum computation is formulated in terms of two types of operations: local single-qubit gates, which are typically easily implementable and hence not accounted for in measures of circuit complexity, and two-qubit entangling gates, whose faithful implementation remains one of the major experimental challenges since it requires controlled interactions between individual systems. To make the most of quantum hardware it is crucial to process information in the most efficient… 
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