Resource Efficient Zero Noise Extrapolation with Identity Insertions

@article{He2020ResourceEZ,
  title={Resource Efficient Zero Noise Extrapolation with Identity Insertions},
  author={A. He and B. Nachman and W. D. Jong and C. Bauer},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2020},
  volume={102}
}
Author(s): He, Andre; Nachman, Benjamin; Jong, Wibe A de; Bauer, Christian W | Abstract: In addition to readout errors, two-qubit gate noise is the main challenge for complex quantum algorithms on noisy intermediate-scale quantum (NISQ) computers. These errors are a significant challenge for making accurate calculations for quantum chemistry, nuclear physics, high energy physics, and other emerging scientific and industrial applications. There are two proposals for mitigating two-qubit gate… Expand

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