Quantum computer program developed to detect leakage of encoded information to unwanted states

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University of Warwick developed program will give quantum computer users the ability to ascertain that their machines are doing precisely what they are supposed to do

Researchers from the University of Warwick claim to have developed a new quantum computer program that can detect leakage of information from the states of 0 and 1 to unwanted states. According ...

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