Joel J. Wallman
Joel J. Wallman
Institute for Quantum Computing, Waterloo
Verified email at uwaterloo.ca
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Contextuality supplies the `magic' for quantum computation
M Howard, JJ Wallman, V Veitch, J Emerson
Nature 510 (7505), 351–355, 2014
4402014
Randomized benchmarking with confidence
JJ Wallman, ST Flammia
New Journal of Physics 16 (10), 103032, 2014
1562014
Estimating the coherence of noise
JJ Wallman, C Granade, R Harper, ST Flammia
New Journal of Physics 17, 113020, 2015
1472015
Noise tailoring for scalable quantum computation via randomized compiling
JJ Wallman, J Emerson
Physical Review A 94, 052325, 2016
1252016
Estimating outcome probabilities of quantum circuits using quasiprobabilities
H Pashayan, JJ Wallman, SD Bartlett
Physical Review Letters 115, 070501, 2015
1182015
Characterizing large-scale quantum computers via cycle benchmarking
A Erhard, JJ Wallman, L Postler, M Meth, R Stricker, EA Martinez, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 5347, 2019
962019
Bounding quantum gate error rate based on reported average fidelity
YR Sanders, JJ Wallman, BC Sanders
New Journal of Physics 18 (1), 012002, 2015
892015
Characterizing universal gate sets via dihedral benchmarking
A Carignan-Dugas, JJ Wallman, J Emerson
Physical Review A 92 (6), 060302, 2015
772015
Evidence for alignment of the rotation and velocity vectors in pulsars–II. Further data and emission heights
S Johnston, M Kramer, A Karastergiou, G Hobbs, S Ord, JJ Wallman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 381 (4), 1625-1637, 2007
742007
Randomized benchmarking with gate-dependent noise
JJ Wallman
Quantum 2, 47, 2018
702018
Robust characterization of leakage errors
JJ Wallman, M Barnhill, J Emerson
New Journal of Physics 18 (4), 043021, 2016
51*2016
Efficient learning of quantum noise
R Harper, ST Flammia, JJ Wallman
Nature Physics, 1-5, 2020
502020
Robust characterization of loss rates
JJ Wallman, M Barnhill, J Emerson
Physical Review Letters 115 (6), 060501, 2015
432015
Non-negative subtheories and quasiprobability representations of qubits
JJ Wallman, SD Bartlett
Physical Review A 85 (6), 062121, 2012
412012
Real randomized benchmarking
AK Hashagen, ST Flammia, D Gross, JJ Wallman
Quantum 2, 85, 2018
362018
Generating nonclassical correlations without fully aligning measurements
JJ Wallman, YC Liang, SD Bartlett
Physical Review A 83 (2), 022110, 2011
342011
Measurement-based classical computation
MJ Hoban, JJ Wallman, H Anwar, N Usher, R Raussendorf, DE Browne
Physical Review Letters 112 (14), 140505, 2014
322014
Multi-qubit randomized benchmarking using few samples
J Helsen, JJ Wallman, ST Flammia, S Wehner
Physical Review A 100, 032304, 2019
312019
Estimating the coherence of noise in quantum control of a solid-state qubit
G Feng, B Buonacorsi, JJ Wallman, FH Cho, D Park, T Xin, D Lu, J Baugh, ...
Physical Review Letters 117, 260501, 2016
312016
Hard decoding algorithm for optimizing thresholds under general Markovian noise
C Chamberland, JJ Wallman, S Beale, R Laflamme
Physical Review A 95 (4), 042332, 2017
302017
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