Quantum Computing Solutions: Solving Real-World Problems Using Quantum Computing and Algorithms
by Bhagvan Kommadi
Publisher Finelybook 出版社 : Apress; 1st ed. edition (December 21, 2020)
Language : English
pages 页数: 320 pages
ISBN-10 : 1484265157
ISBN-13 : 9781484265154
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Know how to use quantum computing solutions involving artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms and applications across different disciplines.
Quantum solutions involve building quantum algorithms that improve computational tasks within quantum computing, AI, data science, and machine learning. As opposed to quantum computer innovation, quantum solutions offer automation, cost reduction, and other efficiencies to the problems they tackle.
Starting with the basics, this book covers subsystems and properties as well as the information processing network before covering quantum simulators. Solutions such as the Traveling Salesman Problem, quantum cryptography, scheduling, and cybersecurity are discussed in step-By 作者:-step detail.
The book presents code samples based on real-life problems in a variety of industries, such as risk assessment and fraud detection in banking. In pharma, you will look at drug discovery and protein-folding solutions. Supply chain optimization and purchasing solutions are presented in the manufacturing domain. In the area of utilities, energy distribution and optimization problems and solutions are explained. Advertising scheduling and revenue optimization solutions are included from media and technology verticals.
What You Will Learn
Understand the mathematics behind quantum computing
Know the solution benefits, such as automation, cost reduction, and efficiencies
Be familiar with the quantum subsystems and properties, including states, protocols, operations, and transformations
Be aware of the quantum classification algorithms: classifiers, and support and sparse support vector machines
Use AI algorithms, including probability, walks, search, deep learning, and parallelism