Experimental quantum annealing: case study involving the graph isomorphism problem

@inproceedings{Zick2015ExperimentalQA,
  title={Experimental quantum annealing: case study involving the graph isomorphism problem},
  author={Kenneth M. Zick and Omar Shehab and Matthew French},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2015}
}
Quantum annealing is a proposed combinatorial optimization technique meant to exploit quantum mechanical effects such as tunneling and entanglement. Real-world quantum annealing-based solvers require a combination of annealing and classical pre- and post-processing; at this early stage, little is known about how to partition and optimize the processing. This article presents an experimental case study of quantum annealing and some of the factors involved in real-world solvers, using a 504-qubit… CONTINUE READING
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