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How to decide bias in Hamiltonian Ising model?
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Problem solving in Ocean framework goes by modeling the problem into a BinaryQuadraticModel. The pure quantum samplers natively only understand this model. For the hybrid samplers (Leap) one can model ...

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What does it mean to have 2000 qubits and 6016 couplers?
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The vertices and edges are the number of qubits and connections in DWaves quantum processing unit topology. It is called Chimera Graph, see DWaves docs . The graph is not fully connected. Therefore an ...

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What do the numbers in the Ising sampleset mean?
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I am not familiar with the application you are trying to implement but see a general misunderstanding in the setting of the terms h_i and J_i,j . The numbers in the top of the output are the names of ...

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From Qiskit QuadraticProgram to problem model accepted by d'wave ocean
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Direct conversion There is a way to convert a QuadraticProgram(QP) from Qiskit into a BinaryQuadraticModel(BQM). First the QP has to be created with Qiskit. It can have linear constraints, integer ...

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Why does the Qiskit tutorial for the Variational Quantum Linear Solver not work properly?
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I have just run the tutorial in IBM Quantum Lab. The output of the cell is in the end: ... 0.010566193641774357 0.010238918165696886 0.009971238578226349 fun: 0.009971238578226349 maxcv: 0.0 ...

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Qiskit not finding CPLEX
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I am also using Qiskit in conda environment and came over this issue some weeks ago. I had to use pip install docplex and pip install cplex in my environment. Afterwards it worked. I should mention ...

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