Quantum ensembles of quantum classifiers

@article{Schuld2018QuantumEO,
  title={Quantum ensembles of quantum classifiers},
  author={M. Schuld and Francesco Petruccione},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2018},
  volume={8}
}
Quantum machine learning witnesses an increasing amount of quantum algorithms for data-driven decision making, a problem with potential applications ranging from automated image recognition to medical diagnosis. Many of those algorithms are implementations of quantum classifiers, or models for the classification of data inputs with a quantum computer. Following the success of collective decision making with ensembles in classical machine learning, this paper introduces the concept of quantum… Expand
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