Zero-Noise Extrapolation#

Zero-noise extrapolation (ZNE) is an error mitigation technique in which an expectation value is computed at different noise levels and, as a second step, the ideal expectation value is inferred by extrapolating the measured results to the zero-noise limit (see the section What is the theory behind ZNE?).


The diagram shows the workflow of the zero noise extrapolation (ZNE) in Mitiq.#

You can get started with ZNE in Mitiq with the following sections of the user guide:

Here are some examples on how to use ZNE in Mitiq:

You can find many more in the Examples section of the documentation.