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The randomized benchmarking method yields estimates of the computationally relevant errors without relying on accurate state preparation and measurement. Since it involves long sequences of randomly chosen gates, it also verifies that error behavior is stable when used in long computations. (arXiv:0707.0963)

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Does Randomized Benchmarking characterize decoherence error?

In my understanding, Randomized Benchmarking (RB) generates a sequence of Clifford gates with different lengths and then characterizes the average error. Since RB is not sensitive to SPAM error, it ...
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What is the shortest-circuit-depth quantum-benchmarking algorithm?

An algorithm implementing a model whose results are known, and from the known results, the benchmarking of the device could be done. What is the currently known shortest circuit depth algorithm that ...
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How can I get fidelity of a gate from randomized benchmarking?

I found (page 33) the method of finding fidelity from fit by "interleaved and reference decay" according to the sequence fidelity formula: $$F_{ref}=Ap_{ref}^{m}+B,$$ where $p_{ref}^{m}$ is ...
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What scheme should be used in case of applying non-Cliffords to estimate probability of success?

For Clifford gates (when performing randomized benchmarking and starting from ground state) the final state is always ground. It is acquired by applying at the end recovery gate, which transfers the ...
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