Questions tagged [bayesian-learning]

Bayesian learning is a method of statistical inference in which Bayes' theorem is used to update the probability for a hypothesis as more evidence or information becomes available. Use this tag for questions regarding bayesian learning using quantum computers and/or quantum algorithms.

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Is it true to say that one qubit in an entangled state can instantaneously affect all others?

When a qubit is measured, there is a ‘collapse of the wave-function’ as a result is randomly chosen. If the qubit is entangled with others, this collapse will also effect them. And the way it affects ...
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How can a D-Wave style Annealing QPU help sampling?

This question is a follow-up on this one, with the hope of getting more specific clues, and was motivated by this answer by user Rob. Also please note this posts that handle the topic of QA in much ...
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Can quantum computing speed up Bayesian learning?

One of the biggest drawbacks of Bayesian learning against deep learning is runtime: applying Bayes' theorem requires knowledge on how the data is distributed, and this usually requires either ...