Hybrid Quantum-Classical Neural Network for Cloud-supported In-Vehicle Cyberattack Detection

  title={Hybrid Quantum-Classical Neural Network for Cloud-supported In-Vehicle Cyberattack Detection},
  author={Mhafuzul Islam and Mashrur A. Chowdhury and Zadid Khan and Sakib Mahmud Khan},
A classical computer works with ones and zeros, whereas a quantum computer uses ones, zeros, and superpositions of ones and zeros, which enables quantum computers to perform a vast number of calculations simultaneously compared to classical computers. In a cloud-supported cyber-physical system environment, running a machine learning application in quantum computers is often difficult, due to the existing limitations of the current quantum devices. However, with the combination of quantum… 

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