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This is not possible. If you're not using a quantum algorithm, but just the quantum hardware, then the thing is hardly a quantum computer, you're just talking about a faster architecture for classical computing. Which is of course interesting, but not quantum. And furthermore classical computing architectures have been researched for decades to the tune of ...


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I think the key issue here is interference from the elements in the superposition. If you do not have interference, you do not get any speedup, just a probabilistic classical algorithm.


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