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Introduction to Classical and Quantum Error Correction and Fault Tolerance: Les Houches Lecture I - Shared screen with speaker view
Alex Read
18:59
Clever pilot?
Luigi Frunzio
21:39
very much so, since he also jumped and saved himself
Margaret Pavlovich
38:18
Are we distinguishing between error detection and error correction?
Aniket Maiti
40:50
I think we’re dealing with only bit flips, so detection = correction
Alec Eickbusch
41:25
I don't think that's true. You can send 8 bits + 1 parity bit to detect if an error happens, but you don't know which bit was flipped
Aniket Maiti
41:28
(Find where error is, flip the bit?)
Margaret Pavlovich
42:02
He is talking about encoding *which* error is happening so you'll know which bit to flip I suppose
Aniket Maiti
42:03
Oh but under the condition you know which bit it is, which I think is what Steve is getting at with 2^r > M+r+1
Alec Eickbusch
42:19
Yes^