Practical Topological Cluster State Quantum Computing Requires Loss Below 1%

@inproceedings{Whiteside2014PracticalTC,
  title={Practical Topological Cluster State Quantum Computing Requires Loss Below 1\%},
  author={Adam C. Whiteside and Austin G. Fowler},
  year={2014}
}
The surface code cannot be used when qubits vanish during computation; instead, a variant known as the topological cluster state is necessary. It has a gate error threshold of 0.75% and only requires nearest-neighbor interactions on a 2D array of qubits. Previous work on loss tolerance using this code only considered qubits vanishing during measurement [1]. We begin by also including qubit loss during two-qubit gates and initialization, and then additionally consider interaction errors that… Expand
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