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Not sure if I'm posting in the right place, but I have read quite a few posts since joining and have to say this forum is of a very high standard, well done.

I'm a final year student working on my dissertation on Quantum Error Correction and was just wondering if anyone had any good articles or views on the subject. Also if anyone has any ideas about how to plan out a piece on this subject would be greatly appreciated. Currently my plan is to speak about how computers have developed to a stage where we've had to look at computing on a quantum level. Then a bit about Quantum world of physics to try and link the topics.

I've looked at classical error correction, and replicated a repetition code in excel. Any ideas about other codes I could try and produce and how to deal with them? Once classical error correction has been delt with how can I deal with

**quantum**error correction? Any feedback/suggestions would be greatly appreciated :)