Archive: March, 2006

Comment on “Error tolerance and tradeoffs in loss- and failure-tolerant quantum computing schemes”

This post is kindly contributed by Sean Barrett, commenting on my recent paper “Error tolerance and tradeoffs in loss- and failure-tolerant quantum computing schemes”. Warning: this is a technical post. Hi Peter, I think you make some interesting points in this paper, which are well worth bearing in mind for anyone developing error tolerant schemes […]

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Sarong theorems

In case you’ve been wondering what we PhD students really do with our time, here it is. Introducing the Sarong Theorem Archive, a repository of images of physics and mathematics students proving theorems while wearing sarongs. And here’s my contribution… Proving the quantum Hamming bound in a sarong

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New paper: Error tolerance and tradeoffs in loss- and failure-tolerant quantum computing schemes

Yesterday I completed a new paper with Tim Ralph and Bill Munro, entitled “Error tolerance and tradeoffs in loss- and failure-tolerant quantum computing schemes”. One of the biggest problems facing the development of useful quantum computers is the introduction of noise. Broadly speaking, there are two types of noise which are particularly common: loss, and […]

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