Development of research network on Quantum Annealing Computation and Information using Google Scholar data

  title={Development of research network on Quantum Annealing Computation and Information using Google Scholar data},
  author={Antika Sinha},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A},
  • Antika Sinha
  • Published 5 June 2022
  • Physics
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A
We build and analyse the network of 100 top-cited nodes (research papers and books from Google Scholar; the strength or citation of the nodes range from about 44 000 up to 100) starting in early 1980 until last year. These searched publications (papers and books) are based on Quantum Annealing Computation and Information categorized into four different sets: (A) Quantum/Transverse Field Spin Glass Model, (B) Quantum Annealing, (C) Quantum Adiabatic Computation and (D) Quantum Computation… 
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