The automatic swap insertion method, an approach to minimize inter-node communication, has been employed in existing multi-node state vector-based simulators, but this paper proposes two methods specifically designed for decision diagram-based quantum simulators.

Quantum Physics Distributed, Parallel, and Cluster Computing

In this work, we present evidence that fixed linear ramp schedules constitute a universal set of QAOA parameters, i. e., a set of $\gamma$ and $\beta$ parameters that rapidly approximate the optimal solution, $x^*$, independently of the COP selected, and that the success probability of finding it, $probability(x^*)$, increases with the number of QAOA layers $p$.

Quantum Physics Optimization and Control

We introduce HepLean, an open-source project to digitalise definitions, theorems, proofs, and calculations in high energy physics using the interactive theorem prover Lean 4.

High Energy Physics - Phenomenology Logic in Computer Science High Energy Physics - Theory

In this work, we investigate inner approximations of the set of local (classical) distributions of the triangle network.

Quantum Physics

To make the methods developed here more approachable, a Mathematica package "CY3Zeta" for computing the zeta functions of Calabi-Yau threefolds, which is attached to this paper, is presented.

High Energy Physics - Theory Number Theory

This study presents a user-friendly dataset for data-driven medium-range weather forecasting focused on India.

Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics

In this paper, we initiate this line of work by providing, (1) an abstract model of the novel architecture and, (2) an efficient solution to the routing problem of entangling gates.

Quantum Physics Emerging Technologies

Decision-making processes often involve voting.

Physics and Society Social and Information Networks Methodology

We propose a simple growing network model where the probability of connecting to a node is defined by a preferential attachment mechanism based on degree and the difference in fitness between nodes.

Physics and Society

We study force gradient sensing by a coherently driven mechanical resonator with phase-sensitive detection of motion via the two-tone backaction evading measurement of cavity optomechanics.

Quantum Physics