# Emulating the coherent Ising machine with a mean-field algorithm

@article{King2018EmulatingTC, title={Emulating the coherent Ising machine with a mean-field algorithm}, author={Andrew D. King and William Bernoudy and J. King and A. Berkley and T. Lanting}, journal={ArXiv}, year={2018}, volume={abs/1806.08422} }

The coherent Ising machine is an optical processor that uses coherent laser pulses, but does not employ coherent quantum dynamics in a computational role. Core to its operation is the iterated simulation of all-to-all spin coupling via mean-field calculation in a classical FPGA coprocessor. Although it has been described as "operating at the quantum limit" and a "quantum artificial brain", interaction with the FPGA prevents the coherent Ising machine from exploiting quantum effects in its… Expand

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