Reconstructing Quantum States With Quantum Reservoir Networks

  title={Reconstructing Quantum States With Quantum Reservoir Networks},
  author={Sanjib Ghosh and Andrzej Opala and Michał Matuszewski and Tomasz Paterek and Timothy C. H. Liew},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems},
Reconstructing quantum states is an important task for various emerging quantum technologies. The process of reconstructing the density matrix of a quantum state is known as quantum state tomography. Conventionally, tomography of arbitrary quantum states is challenging as the paradigm of efficient protocols has remained in applying specific techniques for different types of quantum states. Here, we introduce a quantum state tomography platform based on the framework of reservoir computing. It… 

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