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Architecture and noise analysis of continuous-variable quantum gates using two-dimensional cluster statesartikel

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Continuous variable quantum optics has with recent demonstrations gained high interest as a quantum computation platform. Here, operations are induced by local projective measurements on a photonic cluster state, which can be deterministically generated allowing for scalable quantum computation. In this work, we carry out a detailed noise and architecture analysis for different proposed and demonstrated schemes within this cluster state platform, providing important directions for the development of photonic quantum computing. (link to paper https://journals.aps.org/pra/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevA.102.042608)

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18 APRIL 2021