Machine-Learning-Based Qubit Allocation for Error Reduction in Quantum Circuits

Quantum computing is a quickly growing field with great potential for future technology. Quantum computers in the current noisy intermediate-scale quantum (NISQ) era face two major limitations:1) qubit count and 2) error vulnerability. Although quantum error correction methods exist, they are not applicable to the current size of computers, requiring thousands of qubits, while current […]

Enabling Efficient Real-Time Calibration on Cloud Quantum Machines

Noisy intermediate-scale quantum computers are widely used for quantum computing (QC) from quantum cloud providers. Among them, superconducting quantum computers, with their high scalability and mature processing technology based on traditional silicon-based chips, have become the preferred solution for most commercial companies and research institutions to develop QC. However, superconducting quantum computers suffer from fluctuation […]

Protocols for Packet Quantum Network Intercommunication

A quantum network, which involves multiple parties pinging each other with quantum messages, could revolutionize communication, computing, and basic sciences. The future internet will be a global system of various packet switching quantum and classical networks, and we call it quantum internet . To build a quantum Internet, unified protocols that support the distribution of […]

Logical Clifford Synthesis for Stabilizer Codes

Quantum error-correcting codes are used to protect qubits involved in quantum computation. This process requires logical operators to be translated into physical operators acting on physical quantum states. In this article, we propose a mathematical framework for synthesizing physical circuits that implement logical Clifford operators for stabilizer codes. Circuit synthesis is enabled by representing the […]