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Quantum Volume

@inproceedings{Bishop2017QuantumV,
  title={Quantum Volume},
  author={L. Bishop and S. Bravyi and A. Cross and J. Gambetta and J. Smolin and March},
  year={2017}
}
  • L. Bishop, S. Bravyi, +3 authors March
  • Published 2017
  • As we build larger quantum computing devices capable of performing more complicated algorithms, it is important to quantify their power. The origin of a quantum computer’s power is already subtle, and a quantum computer’s performance depends on many factors that can make assessing its power challenging. These factors include: 1. The number of physical qubits; 2. The number of gates that can be applied before errors make the device behave essentially classically; 3. The connectivity of the… CONTINUE READING
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