Dynamically corrected gates suppress spatio-temporal error correlations as measured by randomized benchmarking

24 Sep 2019C. L. EdmundsC. HempelR. J. HarrisV. M. FreyT. M. StaceM. J. Biercuk

Quantum error correction provides a path to large-scale quantum computers, but is built on challenging assumptions about the characteristics of the underlying errors. In particular, the mathematical assumption of statistically independent errors in quantum logic operations is at odds with realistic environments where error sources may exhibit strong temporal and spatial correlations... (read more)

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