In a world where big data is ubiquitous, fast and efficient data processing is indispensable. To this end, vast global investment in the emerging quantum computing technology has revived hopes to build a full-scale quantum computer in the foreseeable future, that can foster our computing power. In the meantime, intensive research is being carried out to develop algorithms that are efficiently run on the so-called Noisy Intermediate Scale Quantum (NISQ) computers. Our focus in the QuOne Lab is to catch up with and contribute to cutting-edge researches in these areas.
|Doc ID||Title||Authors||Year||More Details|
|PL-20-QU-0011||Separation of quantum, spatial quantum, and approximate quantum correlations||Salman Beigi||2021||PL-21-QU-0011|
|PL-21-QU-0021||Limits of Short-Time Quantum Annealing||Ali Hamed Moosavian, Seyed Sajad Kahani, Salman Beigi||2021||PL-21-QU-0021|
|PL-21-QU-0031||Time and Query Optimal Quantum Algorithms|
Based on Decision Trees
|Salman Beigi, Leila Taghavi, Artin Tajdini||2021||PL-21-QU-0031|
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