Driven Boson Sampling.

@article{Barkhofen2016DrivenBS,
  title={Driven Boson Sampling.},
  author={Sonja Barkhofen and Tim J. Bartley and Linda Sansoni and Regina Kruse and Craig S. Hamilton and Igor Jex and Christine Silberhorn},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={118 2},
  pages={
          020502
        }
}
Sampling the distribution of bosons that have undergone a random unitary evolution is strongly believed to be a computationally hard problem. Key to outperforming classical simulations of this task is to increase both the number of input photons and the size of the network. We propose driven boson sampling, in which photons are input within the network itself, as a means to approach this goal. We show that the mean number of photons entering a boson sampling experiment can exceed one photon per… 

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