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Towards a general framework of Randomized Benchmarking for non-Markovian Noise

  title={Towards a general framework of Randomized Benchmarking for non-Markovian Noise},
  author={Pedro Figueroa-Romero and Kavan Modi and Min-Hsiu Hsieh},
The rapid progress in the development of quantum devices is in large part due to the availability of a wide range of characterization techniques allowing to probe, test and adjust them. Nevertheless, these methods often make use of approximations that hold in rather simplistic circum-stances. In particular, assuming that error mechanisms stay constant in time and have no dependence in the past, is something that will be impossible to do as quantum processors continue scaling up in depth and… 


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