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Quantum-enhanced bosonic learning machine

@inproceedings{Nguyen2021QuantumenhancedBL,
  title={Quantum-enhanced bosonic learning machine},
  author={C. Nguyen and K. Tseng and G. Maslennikov and H. C. J. Gan and D. Matsukevich},
  year={2021}
}
Quantum processors enable computational speedups for machine learning through parallel manipulation of high-dimensional vectors [1]. Early demonstrations of quantum machine learning have focused on processing information with qubits [2–8]. In such systems, a larger computational space is provided by the collective space of multiple physical qubits. Alternatively, we can encode and process information in the infinite dimensional Hilbert space of bosonic systems such as quantum harmonic… Expand

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