Randomized benchmarking of single- and multi-qubit control in liquid-state NMR quantum information processing

@article{Ryan2009RandomizedBO,
  title={Randomized benchmarking of single- and multi-qubit control in liquid-state NMR quantum information processing},
  author={C. Ryan and M. Laforest and R. Laflamme},
  journal={New Journal of Physics},
  year={2009},
  volume={11},
  pages={013034}
}
Being able to quantify the level of coherent control in a proposed device implementing a quantum information processor (QIP) is an important task for both comparing different devices and assessing a device's prospects with regards to achieving fault-tolerant quantum control. We implement in a liquid-state nuclear magnetic resonance QIP the randomized benchmarking protocol presented by Knill et al (2008 Phys. Rev. A 77 012307). We report an error per randomized π/2 pulse of 1.3±0.1×10−4 with a… Expand
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