AutoQML: Automated Quantum Machine Learning for Wi-Fi Integrated Sensing and Communications

  title={AutoQML: Automated Quantum Machine Learning for Wi-Fi Integrated Sensing and Communications},
  author={Toshiaki Koike-Akino and Pu Wang and Ye Wang},
—Commercial Wi-Fi devices can be used for inte- grated sensing and communications (ISAC) to jointly exchange data and monitor indoor environment. In this paper, we inves- tigate a proof-of-concept approach using automated quantum machine learning (AutoQML) framework called AutoAnsatz to recognize human gesture. We address how to efficiently design quantum circuits to configure quantum neural networks (QNN). The effectiveness of AutoQML is validated by an in-house experiment for human pose… 
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