Questions tagged [quantum-process-tomography]

For all questions regarding quantum process tomography or derivatives thereof (like gate-set tomography). In quantum process tomography, processes that are performed on qubits are characterized rather than the state of the qubits themselves; see quantum state tomography for this.

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What is the best quantum process tomography method?

This question is somewhat related to this question. What is currently the best method for quantum process tomography? By best I mean, the one that can achieve the best accuracy of estimation per qubit ...
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What is quantum tomography useful for?

First time poster and just started with quantum computing for my master thesis, so I'm sorry if the question seems obvious. I understand that the tomography is used to reconstruct the state and/or ...
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What is the best method for estimating average channel fidelity?

This thesis shows an efficient way to estimate average channel fidelity (in chapter 4). However, it is somewhat old (from 2005). Are there any better methods out there? By better I mean: are there ...
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Why the chi-matrix fidelity of the process is the fidelity of the chi-matrix noise map

I am following this paper, and I am stuggling with a derivation. Basically, I consider an orthonormal basis $\{B_i \}$ with respect to Hilbert-Schmidt scalar product, on the density matrix space $\...
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Is it possible to partial trace the $\chi$-matrix of $4$ qubits $q_0,q_1,q_2,q_3$ to obtain a description of what happens to $q_1$?

Considering a $\chi$-matrix of a circuit with, say, 4 qubits, is it possible to trace out 3 of them from $\chi$ - for example qubits $q_0$, $q_2$ and $q_3$ - thus gaining the process matrix describing ...
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Process Tomography for Blind Quantum Computation

Process Tomography can identify the quantum channel, while Blind Quantum Computation strives to hide the inputs using quantum gates. Given the user executes the same blind circuit multiple times (of ...