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Evidence for quantum annealing with more than one hundred qubits

- S. Boixo, T. F. Ronnow, +5 authors M. Troyer
- Physics
- 16 April 2013

Quantum annealing is expected to solve certain optimization problems more efficiently, but there are still open questions regarding the functioning of devices such as D-Wave One. A numerical and… Expand

Defining and detecting quantum speedup

- T. F. Ronnow, Zhihui Wang, +6 authors M. Troyer
- Computer Science, MedicineScience
- 13 January 2014

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Probing for quantum speedup in spin-glass problems with planted solutions

- I. Hen, Joshua Job, T. Albash, T. F. Ronnow, M. Troyer, D. Lidar
- Physics
- 5 February 2015

The availability of quantum annealing devices with hundreds of qubits has made the experimental demonstration of a quantum speedup for optimization problems a coveted, albeit elusive goal. Going… Expand

Optimised simulated annealing for Ising spin glasses

- S. Isakov, I. Zintchenko, T. F. Ronnow, M. Troyer
- Computer Science, PhysicsComput. Phys. Commun.
- 6 January 2014

Comment on: "Classical signature of quantum annealing"

- L. Wang, T. F. Ronnow, +6 authors M. Troyer
- Physics, Mathematics
- 24 May 2013

In a recent preprint (arXiv:1305.4904) entitled "Classical signature of quantum annealing" Smolin and Smith point out that a bimodal distribution presented in (arXiv:1304.4595) for the success… Expand

Quantum versus classical annealing of Ising spin glasses

- B. Heim, T. F. Ronnow, S. Isakov, M. Troyer
- Physics, MedicineScience
- 20 November 2014

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Reexamining classical and quantum models for the D-Wave One processor

- T. Albash, T. F. Ronnow, M. Troyer, D. Lidar
- Physics
- 12 September 2014

We revisit the evidence for quantum annealing in the D-Wave One device (DW1) based on the study of random Ising instances. Using the probability distributions of finding the ground states of such… Expand

Correlation and dimensional effects of trions in carbon nanotubes

- T. F. Ronnow, T. Pedersen, H. Cornean
- Physics
- 21 May 2010

We study the binding energies of singlet trions, i.e. charged excitons, in carbon nanotubes. The problem is modeled, through the effective-mass model, as a three-particle complex on the surface of a… Expand

Biexciton binding energy in fractional dimensional semiconductors

- T. F. Ronnow, T. Pedersen, B. Partoens
- Materials Science
- 6 January 2012

Stability of singlet and triplet trions in carbon nanotubes

- T. F. Ronnow, T. Pedersen, H. Cornean
- Physics
- 6 April 2009

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