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“…Our work could be extended to probe systems with topological order in which defect formation has been predicted to be anomalous [46]. We anticipate that the universal features of the full counting statistics of topological defects may be used in the error analysis of adiabatic quantum annealers, where the Kibble-Zurek mechanism already provides useful heuristics [10].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 96%
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“…Our work could be extended to probe systems with topological order in which defect formation has been predicted to be anomalous [46]. We anticipate that the universal features of the full counting statistics of topological defects may be used in the error analysis of adiabatic quantum annealers, where the Kibble-Zurek mechanism already provides useful heuristics [10].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…Essentially, the KZM is a statement about the breakdown of the adiabatic dynamics across a critical point. As such, it provides useful heuristics for the preparation of ground-state phases of matter in the laboratory, e.g., in quantum simulation and adiabatic quantum computation [10]. It has spurred a wide variety of experimental efforts in superfluid Helium [11,12,13], liquid crystals [14,15], convective fluids [16,17], superconducting rings [18,19,20], trapped-ions [21,22,23], colloids [24], and ultracold atoms [25,26,27,28,29], to name some relevant examples.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%