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Efficient QUBO transformation for Higher Degree Pseudo Boolean Functions

@article{Verma2021EfficientQT,
  title={Efficient QUBO transformation for Higher Degree Pseudo Boolean Functions},
  author={Amit Verma and Mark W. Lewis and Gary A. Kochenberger},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2107.11695}
}
Quadratic Unconstrained Binary Optimization (QUBO) is recognized as a unifying framework for modeling a wide range of problems. Problems can be solved with commercial solvers customized for solving QUBO and since QUBO have degree two, it is useful to have a method for transforming higher degree pseudo-Boolean problems to QUBO format. The standard transformation approach requires additional auxiliary variables supported by penalty terms for each higher degree term. This paper improves on the… Expand

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