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Cat Qubit Error Correction Architecture

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Quantum computing equipment in the Alice & Bob laboratory.

Said Alice & Bob CEO Theau Peronnin,"Our approach makes quantum computers more realistic in terms of time, cost, and energy consumption."

Credit: Alice & Bob

A quantum error-correction architecture developed by researchers at the French startup Alice & Bob and France's National Institute for Research in Digital Science and Technology could reduce quantum computer hardware requirements.

The architecture uses low-density parity-check codes and cat qubits, which suppress bit-flip errors, and involves the implementation of a fault-tolerant set of parallelizable logical gates without additional hardware complexity.

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