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On the complexity of quantum link prediction in complex networks

  title={On the complexity of quantum link prediction in complex networks},
  author={Jo{\~a}o P. Moutinho and D. Magano and Bruno Coelho Coutinho},
Link prediction methods use patterns in known network data to infer which connections may be missing. Previous work has shown that continuous-time quantum walks can be used to represent path-based link prediction, which we further study here to develop a more optimized quantum algorithm. Using a sampling framework for link prediction, we analyze the query access to the input network required to produce a certain number of prediction samples. Considering both well-known classical path-based… 

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