Penalty Weights in QUBO Formulations: Permutation Problems

@inproceedings{Ayodele2022PenaltyWI,
  title={Penalty Weights in QUBO Formulations: Permutation Problems},
  author={Mayowa Ayodele},
  booktitle={EvoCOP},
  year={2022}
}
  • M. Ayodele
  • Published in EvoCOP 20 June 2022
  • Computer Science, Business
Optimisation algorithms designed to work on quantum computers or other specialised hardware have been of research interest in recent years. Commercial solvers that use quantum or quantum-inspired methods, such as Fujitsu’s Digital Annealer (DA) and D-wave’s Quantum Annealer, can solve optimisation problems faster than algorithms implemented on general purpose computers. However, they can only optimise problems that are in binary and quadratic form. Quadratic Unconstrained Binary Optimisation… 

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