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Timing constraints imposed by classical digital control systems on photonic implementations of measurement-based quantum computing

  title={Timing constraints imposed by classical digital control systems on photonic implementations of measurement-based quantum computing},
  author={John R Scott and Krishna C. Balram},
Most of the architectural research on photonic implementations of measurement-based quantum computing (MBQC) has focused on the quantum resources involved in the problem with the implicit assumption that these will provide the main constraints on system scaling. However, the ‘flyingqubit’ architecture of photonic MBQC requires specific timing constraints that need to be met by the classical control system. This classical control includes, for example: the amplification of the signals from… 
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