Higher-Dimensional Quantum Hypergraph-Product Codes with Finite Rates.

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Summary of "Higher-Dimensional Quantum Hypergraph-Product Codes with Finite Rates."

We describe a family of quantum error-correcting codes which generalize both the quantum hypergraph-product codes by Tillich and Zémor and all families of toric codes on m-dimensional hypercubic lattices. Parameters of the constructed codes, including the minimum distances, are given explicitly in terms of those of binary codes associated with the matrices used in the construction.


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Name: Physical review letters
ISSN: 1079-7114
Pages: 230501


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