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Experimental realization of a quantum autoencoder via a universal two-qubit unitary gate

@article{Huang2019ExperimentalRO,
  title={Experimental realization of a quantum autoencoder via a universal two-qubit unitary gate},
  author={Chang-Jiang Huang and Qi Yin and Jun-Feng Tang and D. Dong and Guoyong Xiang and Chuan-Feng Li and Guangcan Guo},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2019}
}
As a ubiquitous aspect of modern information technology, data compression has a wide range of applications. Therefore, quantum autoencoder which can compress quantum information into a reduced space is fundamentally important to achieve atomatical data compression in the field of quantum information. Such a quantum autoencoder can be implemented through training the parameters of a quantum device using machine learning. In this paper, we experimentally realize a universal two-qubit unitary gate… 
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