Randomized benchmarking with gate-dependent noise

@inproceedings{Wallman2018RandomizedBW,
  title={Randomized benchmarking with gate-dependent noise},
  author={Joel Wallman},
  year={2018}
}
In order for randomized benchmarking experiments to be rigorously fit to a single exponential based on prior analysis, any fluctuations in the experimental noise must depend “weakly” on the target gate. We show that this condition is more restrictive than it initially appears, so much so that it is practically unverifiable. We then resolve this limitation by proving that the exact impact of gate-dependent noise can be described by a single perturbation term that decays exponentially with the… CONTINUE READING

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