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According to Wikipedia, Chris Ferrie is a Canadian physicist, mathematician, researcher, and children's book author. Ferrie studied at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario Canada, where he earned a BSc in mathematical physics, a masters in applied mathematics, and a PhD in applied mathematics on Theory and Applications of Probability in Quantum Mechanics from the Institute for Quantum Computing and University of Waterloo.

- Corrigendum: Negative quasi-probability as a resource for quantum computation (2012) (190)
- Hamiltonian learning and certification using quantum resources. (2013) (161)
- Robust online Hamiltonian learning (2012) (142)
- Quasi-probability representations of quantum theory with applications to quantum information science (2010) (142)
- Weak value amplification is suboptimal for estimation and detection. (2013) (125)
- Adaptive quantum state tomography improves accuracy quadratically. (2013) (106)
- How the result of a single coin toss can turn out to be 100 heads. (2014) (92)
- Frame representations of quantum mechanics and the necessity of negativity in quasi-probability representations (2007) (91)
- Efficient simulation scheme for a class of quantum optics experiments with non-negative Wigner representation (2012) (89)
- Negative quasi-probability as a resource for quantum computation (2012) (88)
- Precision tomography of a three-qubit donor quantum processor in silicon (2021) (85)
- Framed Hilbert space: hanging the quasi-probability pictures of quantum theory (2009) (85)
- Self-guided quantum tomography. (2014) (74)
- Quantum Hamiltonian learning using imperfect quantum resources (2013) (61)
- Quantum limits on postselected, probabilistic quantum metrology (2013) (56)
- How to best sample a periodic probability distribution, or on the accuracy of Hamiltonian finding strategies (2011) (54)
- Experimental Demonstration of Self-Guided Quantum Tomography. (2016) (49)
- Accelerated randomized benchmarking (2014) (47)
- Necessity of negativity in quantum theory (2009) (42)
- QInfer: Statistical inference software for quantum applications (2016) (37)
- Practical adaptive quantum tomography (2016) (29)
- Robust and efficient in situ quantum control (2014) (28)
- High posterior density ellipsoids of quantum states (2013) (28)
- Logical Randomized Benchmarking (2017) (28)
- Fisher-Symmetric Informationally Complete Measurements for Pure States. (2015) (27)
- Quantum model averaging (2014) (26)
- Robust And Efficient High-Dimensional Quantum State Tomography (2020) (25)
- Statistical analysis of randomized benchmarking (2019) (23)
- Efficient online quantum state estimation using a matrix-exponentiated gradient method (2018) (22)
- Bayesian quantum noise spectroscopy (2017) (22)
- In-situ characterization of quantum devices with error correction (2014) (22)
- Experimental realization of self-guided quantum process tomography (2019) (21)
- Weak-value amplification: state of play (2014) (20)
- Novelty, efficacy, and significance of weak measurements for quantum tomography (2015) (18)
- Estimating the bias of a noisy coin (2012) (16)
- Experimental Single-Setting Quantum State Tomography (2022) (15)
- Minimax Quantum Tomography: Estimators and Relative Entropy Bounds. (2016) (14)
- Near-optimal quantum tomography: estimators and bounds (2015) (14)
- Characterization and control of open quantum systems beyond quantum noise spectroscopy (2020) (14)
- Modeling and control of a reconfigurable photonic circuit using deep learning (2019) (13)
- Why protective measurement does not establish the reality of the quantum state (2015) (12)
- Bayesian Inference for Randomized Benchmarking Protocols (2018) (12)
- Spekkens ’ toy model in all dimensions and its relationship with stabiliser quantum mechanics (2017) (10)
- ADAPTIVE HAMILTONIAN ESTIMATION USING BAYESIAN EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN (2011) (10)
- Maximum likelihood quantum state tomography is inadmissible (2018) (9)
- Ferrie and Combes reply. (2015) (9)
- Data-processing inequalities for quantum metrology (2014) (8)
- Precision tomography of a three-qubit electron-nuclear quantum processor in silicon (2021) (8)
- Quantum geometric machine learning for quantum circuits and control (2020) (7)
- Beyond Quantum Noise Spectroscopy: modelling and mitigating noise with quantum feature engineering (2020) (7)
- Likelihood-free methods for quantum parameter estimation. (2013) (7)
- QDataSet, quantum datasets for machine learning (2021) (7)
- Cost of postselection in decision theory (2015) (7)
- Quantum Optimization for Training Quantum Neural Networks (2021) (7)
- Minimax quantum state estimation under Bregman divergence (2018) (6)
- Negative Quasi-Probability Representation is a Necessary Resource for Magic State Distillation (2012) (5)
- Weak values considered harmful (2013) (5)
- Have you been using the wrong estimator? These guys bound average fidelity using this one weird trick von Neumann didn't want you to know (2015) (5)
- Quantum Bochner’s theorem for phase spaces built on projective representations (2014) (5)
- Explaining quantum correlations through evolution of causal models (2016) (4)
- Bayes estimator for multinomial parameters and Bhattacharyya distances (2016) (3)
- Classical correlation alone supplies the anomaly to weak values (2014) (3)
- Analysis of The Vehicle Routing Problem Solved via Hybrid Quantum Algorithms in Presence of Noisy Channels (2022) (2)
- Noise Detection with Spectator Qubits and Quantum Feature Engineering (2021) (1)
- Trainability Enhancement of Parameterized Quantum Circuits via Reduced-Domain Parameter Initialization (2023) (1)
- Pricing postselection: the cost of indecision in decision theory (2015) (1)
- Probabilistic quantum metrology? Probably not (2013) (1)
- Quantum mean states are nicer than you think: fast algorithms to compute states maximizing average fidelity (2022) (1)
- Alternating Layered Variational Quantum Circuits Can Be Classically Optimized Efficiently Using Classical Shadows (2022) (1)
- Quantum computing for all? (2019) (1)
- Weak value amplification considered harmful (2014) (0)
- How to best sample a periodic probability distribution, or on the accuracy of Hamiltonian finding strategies (2012) (0)
- The best Fisher is upstream : data processing inequalities for quantum metrology (2018) (0)
- Toward a quasi-probability representation of matchgate circuits (2017) (0)
- Contrasting classical and quantum theory in the context of quasi-probability (2008) (0)
- On the efficacy of weak measurements for tomography (2015) (0)
- Experimental demonstration of adaptive tomography (2012) (0)
- Towards Total Quantum System Characterization (2019) (0)
- Quantum computing for all? (2019) (0)
- Quantum Estimation, meet Computational Statistics; Computational Statistics, meet Quantum Estimation (2013) (0)
- Quantum systems as embarrassed colleagues: what do tax evasion and state tomography have in common? (2011) (0)
- Experimental demonstration of adaptive tomography and self-calibrating tomography (2012) (0)
- Pricing postselection: the cost of indecision in state discrimination (2015) (0)
- An Invitation to Distributed Quantum Neural Networks (2022) (0)
- Minimax &%23160Tomography: The &%23160Ultimate &%23160Bounds on &%23160Accuracy (slides). (2012) (0)
- Does protective measurement imply the reality of the quantum state (2015) (0)
- Why protective measurement does not establish the reality of the quantum state (2017) (0)
- Precision tomography of a three-qubit donor quantum processor in silicon (2022) (0)
- Quadratically faster state tomography using single-step adaptation (2013) (0)
- ABCs of Space (2018) (0)
- Error correction with machine learning: one man's syndrome measurement is another man's treasure (2014) (0)
- Adaptive quantum state tomography (2013) (0)
- Framing Hilbert space: building the quasi-probability representations to infinity (2009) (0)
- Characterization and control of open quantum systems beyond quantum noise spectroscopy (2020) (0)
- Magically, the negativity of the discrete Wigner function is useful (2012) (0)
- Some Theory and Applications of Probability in Quantum Mechanics (2012) (0)
- Energy transport and optimal design of noisy Platonic quantum networks (2022) (0)

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