Superposed Quantum State Initialization Using Disjoint Prime Implicants (SQUID)

@article{Rosenbaum2008SuperposedQS,
  title={Superposed Quantum State Initialization Using Disjoint Prime Implicants (SQUID)},
  author={David J. Rosenbaum and Marek A. Perkowski},
  journal={38th International Symposium on Multiple Valued Logic (ismvl 2008)},
  year={2008},
  pages={144-149}
}
The problem of initializing a quantum superposition is important for Grover's algorithm, quantum neural networks and other applications. The purpose of the algorithm presented here is to generate a quantum array that initializes a desired quantum superposition on n qubits. The SQUID algorithm almost always creates quantum arrays that perform better than those created by existing algorithms such as the Ventura-Martinez and Long-Sun algorithms. The best case performance for the quantum arrays… CONTINUE READING
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