Characterizing quantum advantage in continuous-variable architectures

Last updated May 26, 2019 by Alessandro Ferraro

Tuesday, May 14th 2019, 04:00 PM, MAPTC/0G/006

Speaker: L. Garcia-Alvarez (Chalmers University)

In this work, we identify as efficiently classically simulatable several continuous variable quantum computing architectures that were not previously identified as such by existing criteria. Namely, we consider architectures exhibiting Wigner negativity and study the interplay between their simulatability and their embedding in finite-dimensional representations.

 

 

 


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