Towards Robust Quantum Computation

@article{Leung2000TowardsRQ,
  title={Towards Robust Quantum Computation},
  author={Debbie W. Leung},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2000},
  volume={cs.CC/0012017}
}
It has been shown in the past two decades that quantum devices can achieve useful information processing tasks impossible in classical devices. Meanwhile, the development of quantum error correcting codes and fault-tolerant computation methods has also set down a solid theoretical promise to overcome decoherence. However, to-date, we have not been able to apply such quantum information processing tasks in real life, because the theoretically modest requirements in these schemes still present… CONTINUE READING

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