Name | Transversal gates |
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Bacon-Shor code | Logical Hadamard is transversal in symmetric Bacon-Shor codes up to a qubit permutation [1] and can be implemented with teleportation [2]. Bacon-Shor codes on an \(m \times mk\) lattice admit transversal \(k\)-qubit-controlled \(Z\) gates [3]. |

Color code | Transversal CNOT can be implemented via braiding [4]. Universal transversal gates can be achieved in 3D color code using gauge fixing [5], lattice surgery [6], or code deformation [7][4]. |

Fibonacci string-net code | A universal transversal gate set could be implemented in a folded version of this code using the techniques introduced in Ref.[8]. |

H code | Hadamard and \(TXT^{\dagger}\) gates, with the latter Clifford-equivalent to Hadamard, and where \(T=\exp(i\pi(I-Z)/8)\) is the \(\pi/8\)-rotation gate. |

Heavy-hexagon code | CNOT gates are transveral for this code. However, for most architectures, all logical gates would be implemented using lattice surgery methods. |

Holographic code | There exist holographic approximate codes with arbitrary transversal gate sets for any compact Lie group [9]. However, for sufficiently localized logical subsystems of holographic stabilizer codes, the set of transversally implementable logical operations is contained in the Clifford group [10]. |

Hypergraph product code | Hadamard (up to logical SWAP gates) and control-\(Z\) on all logical qubits [11]. |

Kitaev surface code | Transversal Pauli gates exist and are based on non-trivial loops on surface. Transversal Clifford gates can be done on folded surface codes [12]. |

Pastawski-Yoshida-Harlow-Preskill (HaPPY) code | For locality-preserving physical gates on the boundary, the set of transversally implementable logical operations in the bulk is strictly contained in the Clifford group [10]. |

Triorthogonal code | Admits transversal \(T\) gates [13] and the controlled-controlled-\(Z\) gate. |

\([[15,1,3]]\) Reed-Muller code | A transversal logical \(T^\dagger\) is implemented by applying a \(T\) gate on every qubit [14][15][16]. |

\([[4,2,2]]\) CSS code | Transversal Pauli, Hadamard, and two-qubit \(R\) gates [17]. |

\([[5,1,3]]\) perfect code | Pauli gates are transversal. |

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