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Resource-Optimized Fermionic Local-Hamiltonian Simulation on Quantum Computer for Quantum Chemistry

@article{Wang2020ResourceOptimizedFL,
  title={Resource-Optimized Fermionic Local-Hamiltonian Simulation on Quantum Computer for Quantum Chemistry},
  author={Qingfeng Wang and Ming Li and C. Monroe and Y. Nam},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2004.04151}
}
The ability to simulate a fermionic system on a quantum computer is expected to revolutionize chemical engineering, materials design, nuclear physics, to name a few. Thus, optimizing the simulation circuits is of significance in harnessing the power of quantum computers. Here, we address this problem in two aspects. In the fault-tolerant regime, we optimize the $\rzgate$ gate counts and depths, assuming the use of a product-formula algorithm for implementation. In the pre-fault tolerant regime… Expand
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