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The earliest non-internal reference I can find is in NIPS 2009 from a Google/D-Wave effort1. You'll notice that the two Choi papers, in addition to not using the term "Chimera", do not describe a Chimera graph (and note that the name comes from D-Wave, not from graph theory). For a good early reference on Chimera, I recommend Bunyk et al., 20141 , which ...


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user1271772's answer is entirely correct. I was going to comment with additional information to help answer nippon's question, but I just created this account and apparently there's a reputation requirement before adding comments. D-Wave's superconducting flux qubits are niobium metal loops that form a "hash symbol" made of two flat layers that have been ...


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Hope this late contribution won't be a meaningless contribution, but as mentioned in one of the comments above, by using D-Waves version of NetworkX you can visualize the Pegasus network. I have attached a few images here of the Pegasus 2 (P2) and Pegasus 6 (P6) architectures using the D-Wave NetworkX. The reason that I find Pegasus interesting is that the ...


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