Reliable quantum circuits have defects

Alexandru Paler, Austin G. Fowler, Robert Wille

State of the art quantum computing architectures are founded on the decision to use scalable but faulty quantum hardware in conjunction with an efficient error correcting code capable of tolerating high error rates. The promised effect of this decision is that the first large-scale practical quantum computer is within reach. Coming to grips with the strategy and the challenges of preparing reliable executions of an arbitrary quantum computation is not difficult. Moreover, the article explains why defects are good.

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