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  • Verified compilation of space-efficient reversible circuits

Verified compilation of space-efficient reversible circuits

September 28th, 2016|Comments Off on Verified compilation of space-efficient reversible circuits

Generation of reversible circuits from high-level code is an important problem in the compilation flow of quantum algorithms to lower-level hardware. The instantiation of quantum oracles in particular will require mapping classical circuits to a [...]

  • Hybrid Quantum-Classical Approach to Correlated Materials

Hybrid Quantum-Classical Approach to Correlated Materials

September 28th, 2016|Comments Off on Hybrid Quantum-Classical Approach to Correlated Materials

In “Hybrid Quantum-Classical Approach to Correlated Materials,” published in Physical Review X, we show that by using a hybrid quantum-classical algorithm that incorporates the power of a small quantum computer into a framework of classical [...]

  • Double semions in arbitrary dimension

Double semions in arbitrary dimension

September 20th, 2016|Comments Off on Double semions in arbitrary dimension

In the paper, “Double semions in arbitrary dimension,” published in Communications in Mathematical Physics, Michael Freedman and Matthew Hastings present a new construction of topological phases of matter in higher dimensions, generalizing the double semion [...]

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