Adaptively correcting quantum errors with entanglement
Contrary to the assumption that most quantum error-correcting codes (QECC) make, it is expected that phase errors are much more likely than bit errors in physical devices. By employing the entanglement-assisted stabilizer formalism, we develop a new kind of error-correcting protocol which can flexibly trade error correction abilities between the two types of errors, such that high error correction performance is achieved both in symmetric and in asymmetric situations. The characteristics of the QECCs can be optimized in an adaptive manner during information transmission. The proposed entanglement-assisted QECCs require only one ebit regardless of the degree of asymmetry at a given moment and can be decoded in polynomial time. © 2011 IEEE.
IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory - Proceedings
Adaptively correcting quantum errors with entanglement.
IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory - Proceedings, 279-283.
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