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University of Waterloo

Contextuality -- The Magic Ingredient for Quantum Computing

Caption: This geometric figure illustrates the concept of magic states and their relation to contextuality. The triangular region contains quantum states that are not magic and do not exhibit contextuality. States outside the triangle do exhibit contextuality and may be useful as a resource in the magic-state model of quantum computing.

Credit: University of Waterloo

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