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Quantum Error Correction

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Daniel Lidar, Todd Brun, Dave Bacon, Lorenza Viola, Panos Aliferis, David Kribs, David Poulin, Min-Hsiu Hsieh, Ognyan Oreshkov, Mark Wilde, Markus Grassl, Martin Rötteler, Andreas Klappenecker, Andrew Fletcher, Zhen-Yu Wang, Ren-Bao Liu, Pawel Wocjan, Paolo Zanardi, Debbie Leung, Héctor Bombín, Austin Fowler, Kovid Goyal, Jacob Taylor, Eduardo Novais, Eduardo Mucciolo, Harold Baranger, Robert Alicki
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  • Date Published: September 2013
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521897877

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  • Quantum computation and information is one of the most exciting developments in science and technology of the last twenty years. To achieve large scale quantum computers and communication networks it is essential not only to overcome noise in stored quantum information, but also in general faulty quantum operations. Scalable quantum computers require a far-reaching theory of fault-tolerant quantum computation. This comprehensive text, written by leading experts in the field, focuses on quantum error correction and thoroughly covers the theory as well as experimental and practical issues. The book is not limited to a single approach, but reviews many different methods to control quantum errors, including topological codes, dynamical decoupling and decoherence-free subspaces. Basic subjects as well as advanced theory and a survey of topics from cutting-edge research make this book invaluable both as a pedagogical introduction at the graduate level and as a reference for experts in quantum information science.

    • Features chapters by leading experts in the field of quantum science to give readers insight into different methods
    • Covers experimental and practical issues as well as theory
    • A comprehensive review of the subject, from the basics to the cutting edge
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    • Date Published: September 2013
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521897877
    • length: 690 pages
    • dimensions: 249 x 168 x 43 mm
    • weight: 1.34kg
    • contains: 141 b/w illus. 6 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Prologue
    Preface
    Part I. Background:
    1. Introduction to decoherence and noise in open quantum systems Daniel Lidar and Todd Brun
    2. Introduction to quantum error correction Dave Bacon
    3. Introduction to decoherence-free subspaces and noiseless subsystems Daniel Lidar
    4. Introduction to quantum dynamical decoupling Lorenza Viola
    5. Introduction to quantum fault tolerance Panos Aliferis
    Part II. Generalized Approaches to Quantum Error Correction:
    6. Operator quantum error correction David Kribs and David Poulin
    7. Entanglement-assisted quantum error-correcting codes Todd Brun and Min-Hsiu Hsieh
    8. Continuous-time quantum error correction Ognyan Oreshkov
    Part III. Advanced Quantum Codes:
    9. Quantum convolutional codes Mark Wilde
    10. Non-additive quantum codes Markus Grassl and Martin Rötteler
    11. Iterative quantum coding systems David Poulin
    12. Algebraic quantum coding theory Andreas Klappenecker
    13. Optimization-based quantum error correction Andrew Fletcher
    Part IV. Advanced Dynamical Decoupling:
    14. High order dynamical decoupling Zhen-Yu Wang and Ren-Bao Liu
    15. Combinatorial approaches to dynamical decoupling Martin Rötteler and Pawel Wocjan
    Part V. Alternative Quantum Computation Approaches:
    16. Holonomic quantum computation Paolo Zanardi
    17. Fault tolerance for holonomic quantum computation Ognyan Oreshkov, Todd Brun and Daniel Lidar
    18. Fault tolerant measurement-based quantum computing Debbie Leung
    Part VI. Topological Methods:
    19. Topological codes Héctor Bombín
    20. Fault tolerant topological cluster state quantum computing Austin Fowler and Kovid Goyal
    Part VII. Applications and Implementations:
    21. Experimental quantum error correction Dave Bacon
    22. Experimental dynamical decoupling Lorenza Viola
    23. Architectures Jacob Taylor
    24. Error correction in quantum communication Mark Wilde
    Part VIII. Critical Evaluation of Fault Tolerance:
    25. Hamiltonian methods in QEC and fault tolerance Eduardo Novais, Eduardo Mucciolo and Harold Baranger
    26. Critique of fault-tolerant quantum information processing Robert Alicki
    References
    Index.

  • Editors

    Daniel A. Lidar, University of Southern California
    Daniel A. Lidar is a Professor of Electrical Engineering, Chemistry and Physics at the University of Southern California, and directs the USC Center for Quantum Information Science and Technology. He has worked on quantum control theory for the past 15 years and is well known for his contributions to quantum error correction, in particular the development of decoherence-free subspaces.

    Todd A. Brun, University of Southern California
    Todd A. Brun is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Physics and Computer Science at the University of Southern California. He has worked in the field of quantum information science for nearly 20 years, and has made many influential contributions to quantum error correction, where he is especially known for his work on entanglement-assisted codes.

    Contributors

    Daniel Lidar, Todd Brun, Dave Bacon, Lorenza Viola, Panos Aliferis, David Kribs, David Poulin, Min-Hsiu Hsieh, Ognyan Oreshkov, Mark Wilde, Markus Grassl, Martin Rötteler, Andreas Klappenecker, Andrew Fletcher, Zhen-Yu Wang, Ren-Bao Liu, Pawel Wocjan, Paolo Zanardi, Debbie Leung, Héctor Bombín, Austin Fowler, Kovid Goyal, Jacob Taylor, Eduardo Novais, Eduardo Mucciolo, Harold Baranger, Robert Alicki

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