Quantum Computing with Octonions

@article{Freedman2019QuantumCW,
  title={Quantum Computing with Octonions},
  author={Michael H. Freedman and Modjtaba Shokrian-Zini and Zhenghan Wang},
  journal={Peking Mathematical Journal},
  year={2019}
}
There are two schools of "measurement-only quantum computation". The first ([11]) using prepared entanglement (cluster states) and the second ([4]) using collections of anyons, which according to how they were produced, also have an entanglement pattern. We abstract the common principle behind both approaches and find the notion of a graph or even continuous family of equiangular projections. This notion is the leading character in the paper. The largest continuous family, in a sense made… 

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