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Quantum-annealing correction at finite temperature: Ferromagnetic p -spin models
Physical Review A
The performance of open-system quantum annealing is adversely affected by thermal excitations out of the ground state. While the presence of energy gaps between the ground and excited states suppresses such excitations, error correction techniques are required to ensure full scalability of quantum annealing. Quantum annealing correction (QAC) is a method that aims to improve the performance of quantum annealers when control over only the problem (final) Hamiltonian is possible, along withdoi:10.1103/physreva.95.022308 fatcat:q2nfj4dkmnfbbkswikng24jkju