The boundaries and twist defects of the color code and their applications to topological quantum computation

@inproceedings{Kesselring2018TheBA,
  title={The boundaries and twist defects of the color code and their applications to topological quantum computation},
  author={Markus S. Kesselring and Fernando Pastawski and Jens Eisert and Benjamin J. Brown},
  year={2018}
}
  • Markus S. Kesselring, Fernando Pastawski, +1 author Benjamin J. Brown
  • Published 2018
  • Physics, Mathematics
  • The color code is both an interesting example of an exactly solved topologically ordered phase of matter and also among the most promising candidate models to realize fault-tolerant quantum computation with minimal resource overhead. The contributions of this work are threefold. First of all, we build upon the abstract theory of boundaries and domain walls of topological phases of matter to comprehensively catalog the objects realizable in color codes. Together with our classification we also… CONTINUE READING

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