Quantum circuit synthesis of Bell and GHZ states using projective simulation in the NISQ era

@article{Pires2021QuantumCS,
  title={Quantum circuit synthesis of Bell and GHZ states using projective simulation in the NISQ era},
  author={Otto Menegasso Pires and Eduardo Inacio Duzzioni and J. Marchi and Rafael de Santiago},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2104.13297}
}
Quantum Computing has been evolving in the last years. Although nowadays quantum algorithms performance has shown superior to their classical counterparts, quantum decoherence and additional auxiliary qubits needed for error tolerance routines have been huge barriers for quantum algorithms efficient use. These restrictions lead us to search for ways to minimize algorithms costs, i.e the number of quantum logical gates and the depth of the circuit. For this, quantum circuit synthesis and quantum… 

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