Jupyter notebook example: Measurement error mitigation
For quantum devices, in particular spin-qubits, the measurement error is significant with respect to other sources of errors. We can reduce the effect of measurement errors using measurement error mitigation. This is particularly important when different qubits have different readout fidelities or when there is a cross-talk between the qubit readouts. Reducing the measurement error can be essential for the improvement of the performance of a quantum algorithm.
This notebook has been provided by Pieter Eendebak from TNO.
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