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Can quantum chemistry be performed on a small quantum computer

@inproceedings{Wecker2013CanQC,
  title={Can quantum chemistry be performed on a small quantum computer},
  author={D. Wecker and B. Bauer and B. Clark and M. Hastings and M. Troyer},
  year={2013}
}
As quantum computing technology improves and quantum computers with a small but non-trivial number of N ≥ 100 qubits appear feasible in the near future the question of possible applications of small quantum computers gains importance. One frequently mentioned application is Feynman’s original proposal of simulating quantum systems, and in particular the electronic structure of molecules and materials. In this paper, we analyze the computational requirements for one of the standard algorithms to… Expand

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