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Mapping Binary Functions to a Practical Adiabatic Quantum Computer
By: Perkowski, M.; Rosenbaum, D.;
2010 / IEEE / 978-1-4244-6753-2
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Mapping Binary Functions to a Practical Adiabatic Quantum Computer ' Efficiently mapping binary functions to adiabatic quantum computers is an important problem because the resulting circuits can be used as oracles in Grover's algorithm. This paper presents a method for mapping binary functions to a two-dimensional grid of qubits with nearest neighbor interactions which is used in a prototype from D-Wave Systems. This is done by writing the binary function in a special form. This allows the binary function to be implemented by converting each gate into a 3-local Hamiltonian. These 3-local Hamiltonians are then converted into two-local Hamiltonians which are mapped to the grid of qubits.