Aug 16 2017 10:57 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Achieving the Heisenberg limit in quantum metrology using quantum error correction

Aug 11 2017 16:00 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Quantum Deconvolution

Aug 09 2017 19:20 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Arithmetic Levi-Civita connection

Aug 08 2017 20:24 UTC

Aug 08 2017 20:22 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Exactly Solvable Model for Two Dimensional Topological Superconductor

Aug 08 2017 20:20 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Exponentially Slow Heating in Short and Long-range Interacting Floquet Systems

Aug 08 2017 20:18 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Fourier analysis of sampling from noisy chaotic quantum circuits

Aug 08 2017 20:18 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Classical Homomorphic Encryption for Quantum Circuits

Aug 08 2017 20:17 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Kochen-Specker theorem revisited

Aug 07 2017 02:30 UTC

Steve Flammia scited A fermionic de Finetti theorem

Aug 04 2017 05:16 UTC

Aug 04 2017 05:16 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Continuum limits of Matrix Product States

Aug 02 2017 23:06 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Quantum annealing with a non-vanishing final value of the transverse field

Aug 02 2017 05:43 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Which Distribution Distances are Sublinearly Testable?

Aug 02 2017 05:43 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Classification of Matrix Product States with a Local (Gauge) Symmetry

Aug 02 2017 05:43 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Irreducible forms of Matrix Product States: Theory and Applications

Jul 24 2017 18:08 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Gauge invariant information concerning quantum channels

Jul 21 2017 15:08 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Ultimate Precision of Adaptive Noise Estimation

Jul 21 2017 12:54 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Use of global interactions in efficient quantum circuit constructions

Jul 21 2017 12:37 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Convex geometry of quantum resource quantification

Jul 21 2017 12:36 UTC

Steve Flammia scited The inflation technique solves completely the classical inference problem

Jul 21 2017 12:36 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Fundamental limits on quantum dynamics based on entropy change

Jul 21 2017 12:34 UTC

Steve Flammia scited Rigorous free fermion entanglement renormalization from wavelet theory

Actually, there is even earlier work that shows this result. In [arXiv:1109.6887][1], Magesan, Gambetta, and Emerson showed that for any Pauli channel the diamond distance to the identity is equal to the trace distance between the associated Choi states. They prefer to phrase their results in terms of the "average error rate", but this is just another name for the process infidelity, up to a scaling factor. Magesan's thesis contains a more readable proof, IMO.

[1]: https://arxiv.org/abs/1109.6887