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Preparing Renormalization Group Fixed Points on NISQ Hardware

  title={Preparing Renormalization Group Fixed Points on NISQ Hardware},
  author={Troy J. Sewell and Stephen P. Jordan},
Noisy intermediate-scale quantum (NISQ) hardware [1] is typically limited to lowdepth quantum circuits to limit the number of opportunities for introduction of error by unreliable quantum gates. A less-explored alternative approach is to repeatedly apply a quantum channel with a desired quantum state as a stable fixed point. Increased circuit depth can in this case be beneficial rather than harmful due to dissipative selfcorrection. The quantum channels constructed from MERA circuits can be… Expand


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