A thermal quantum classifier

@article{Korkmaz2020ATQ,
  title={A thermal quantum classifier},
  author={Ufuk Korkmaz and Deniz T{\"u}rkpençe and Tahir Cetin Akinci and Serhat Seker},
  journal={Quantum Inf. Comput.},
  year={2020},
  volume={20},
  pages={969-986}
}
We find that the additivity of quantum information channels enables one to introduce a quantum classifier or a quantum decision maker. Proper measurement and sensing of temperature are of central importance to the realization of nanoscale quantum devices. Minimal classifiers may constitute the basic units for the physical quantum neural networks. We introduce a binary temperature classifier quantum model that operates in a thermal environment. In the present study, first the mathematical model… 

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