Robust Extraction of Tomographic Information via Randomized Benchmarking

@article{Kimmel2013RobustEO,
  title={Robust Extraction of Tomographic Information via Randomized Benchmarking},
  author={Shelby Kimmel and M. D. Silva and C. Ryan and B. Johnson and T. Ohki},
  journal={Physical Review X},
  year={2013},
  volume={4},
  pages={011050}
}
  • Shelby Kimmel, M. D. Silva, +2 authors T. Ohki
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics
  • Physical Review X
  • Quantum processing tomography typically reconstructs an unknown quantum dynamical operation by measuring its effects on known states of a quantum device. Taking a different approach of comparing the operation of interest to a set of finite and easily implementable reference operations, a new method can reconstruct any quantum operation reliably. 
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