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Directivity of quantum walk via its random walk replica

@inproceedings{Yamagami2022DirectivityOQ,
  title={Directivity of quantum walk via its random walk replica},
  author={Tomoki Yamagami and Etsuo Segawa and Nicolas Chauvet and Andr'e Rohm and Ryoichi Horisaki and Makoto Naruse},
  year={2022}
}
Quantum walks (QWs) exhibit different properties compared with classical random walks (RWs), most notably by linear spreading and localization. In the meantime, random walks that replicate quantum walks, which we refer to as quantum-walk-replicating random walks (QWRWs), have been studied in the literature where the eventual properties of QWRW coincide with those of QWs. However, we consider that the unique attributes of QWRWs have not been fully utilized in the former studies to obtain deeper… 

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