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Overview Quantum computing, as implemented in the D-Wave system, is described by a simple but largely unfamiliar programming model. Using a simple map coloring problem this white paper describes the entire set of transformations needed to find solutions by executing a single quantum machine instruction (QMI) within this programming model. This " direct(More)
Today's usable quantum computers, variously known as adiabatic quantum computers or quantum annealers and exemplified by the D-Wave 2X™ system, have an instruction set architecture foreign to mainstream classical computers and thus require a new class of programming tools to enable their widespread use. We submit that well-chosen abstractions, each(More)
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