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(3) is a solid objection. I'm not sure what specifically is meant by "number of variables within a problem that a quantum technology can optimize" but we can use the results of [1] (Fig 4) test some interpretations. In that experiment, QAOA was implemented on a nearest-neighbor connectivity superconducting processor to solve 3-regular MaxCut. If ...


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Probability And Randomness: Quantum Versus Classical by By Andrei Yu Khrennikov is a great book on the foundations of quantum randomness. Introduction to Random Time and Quantum Randomness by Kai Lai Chung and Jean-Claude Zambrini is another work on quantum randomness. Both these books are more focusing on the theoretical foundations of quantum randomness. ...


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For such a simple circuit, probably the easier way is to dump it as QASM and read it back. def split_circuit_by_barrier(circuit): qasm = circuit.qasm() prelude = [] circuits = [[]] for line in qasm.splitlines(): if any([line.startswith(t) for t in ['OPENQASM', 'include', 'qreg', 'creg']]): prelude.append(line) elif ...


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