Quantum Error Corrections

Quantum computers are largely theoretical devices that could perform some computations exponentially faster than conventional computers does. Quantum error correction is a correction used in quantum computing to protect information from errors and noise. The ideal quantum error correction code would correct any errors in quantum data, and it would require measurement of only a few quantum bits, or qubits, at a time. Codes that make limited measurements can correct only a limited number of errors till now. There are reports of new error correction methodologies that can lead to orders of magnitude fewer operations. Quantum error corrections increase the prospects for quantum computers with intrinsically short decoherence times.

  • Pulse control methods
  • Fault tolerance and thresholds
  • Operator quantum error correction
  • Unification of error correction paradigms
  • Continuous-time QEC
  • Fault tolerance in the cluster model
  • Redundancy Techniques

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