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Relations between the single-pass and multi-pass qubit probabilities

@inproceedings{Vitanov2019RelationsBT,
  title={Relations between the single-pass and multi-pass qubit probabilities},
  author={Nikolay V. Vitanov},
  year={2019}
}
In quantum computation the target fidelity of the qubit gates is very high, with the admissible error being in the range from $10^{-3}$ to $10^{-4}$ and even less, depending on the protocol. The direct experimental determination of such an extremely small error is very challenging. Instead, it is often determined by sequentially repeating the same gate multiple times, which leads to the accumulation of the error, until it reaches large enough values to be measured reliably. If the transition… 

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