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NOLASCO, C. "Quantum Error Correction for Realistic Decoherence Models." Crespo, P. Trabajo Fin de Grado. Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, 2022
Quantum Computing has garnered the attention of the scientific community, due to its revolutionary potential to tackle problems that are infeasible with classical computation. Quantum
Error Correction is the field of study in quantum communication that focuses on detecting
and correcting errors, caused by decoherence, that corrupt quantum information, in order to
make fault-tolerant Quantum Computing feasible. Quantum channels model the effects of decoherence, which, in recent studies, have been proven to be time-variant. Current correction
schemes, which were designed considering static decoherence models, under-perform under
time-varying noise scenarios. In order to adapt these schemes, it is necessary to correctly
estimate the channel error and detect its time variations. With this framework, the goal of
this project is to study how to estimate quantum channel error probabilities with its time
fluctuations effectively and with minimum delay.