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Probabilistic Fault-Tolerant Universal Quantum Computation and sampling problems in Continuous Variables

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Abstract

We define a quantum computational model with continuous variables composed of vacuum input states, a finite set of gates and homodyne detection. We prove universality, fault tolerance and, as a sampling problem, quantum advantage.

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