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- Published 2007 in ArXiv

This paper outlines the theory of Liquid State Machines, and describes how they may be used to filter the Hamiltonian space of a qubit network. The underlying principle of this kind of quantum computer is that when enough of the nodes in a filter activate, a desired output will be generated. A liquid state machine implementedon an adiabatic quantum computer is capable of solving NP and Sharp-P problems in BQP time.

@article{Herman2007LiquidSM,
title={Liquid State Machines in Adbiatic Quantum Computers for General Computation},
author={Joshua Herman},
journal={CoRR},
year={2007},
volume={abs/0709.0883}
}