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Q-means using variational quantum feature embedding

  title={Q-means using variational quantum feature embedding},
  author={Arvind S. Menon and Nikaash Puri},
This paper proposes a hybrid quantum-classical algorithm that learns a suitable quantum feature map that separates unlabelled data that is originally non linearly separable in the classical space using a Variational quantum feature map and q-means as a subroutine for unsupervised learning. The objective of the Variational circuit is to maximally separate the clusters in the quantum feature Hilbert space. First part of the circuit embeds the classical data into quantum states. Second part… 

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