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With $n$ qubits, $2^n$ features can be encoded with amplitude embedding, while only $n$ with angle embedding. So, is there any reason to use angle embedding?

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One of the main advantage of angle embedding is that it can be performed in a constant time with parralelism : each qubit will go through a rotation gate in parralel.

Using only one gate to encode each qubit reduces the noises which are important in today's NISQ computers.

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