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On Applying the Lackadaisical Quantum Walk Algorithm to Search for Multiple Solutions on Grids

  title={On Applying the Lackadaisical Quantum Walk Algorithm to Search for Multiple Solutions on Grids},
  author={J. Carvalho and L. Souza and F. M. P. Neto and T. Ferreira},
Quantum computing holds the promise of improving the information processing power to levels unreachable by classical computation. Quantum walks are heading the development of quantum algorithms for searching information on graphs more efficiently than their classical counterparts. A quantum-walk-based algorithm that is standing out in the literature is the lackadaisical quantum walk. The lackadaisical quantum walk is an algorithm developed to search two-dimensional grids whose vertices have a… Expand
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