Home Patent Forecast® Sectors Log In   Sign Up   Support   Contact  
Why Patent Forecast® What's Included Patent Forecast® Sectors Free Trial Pricing News Feed Subscribe Menu
Enjoy your FREE PREVIEW which shows only 2018 data and 25 documents. For full access, subscribe at any time.         Subscribe

Quantum Computing

Search All Applications in Quantum Computing


Application 20200118025


Published 2020-04-16

Quantum Computer With Improved Continuous Quantum Generator

A hybrid quantum classical (HQC) computer which includes both a classical computer component and a quantum computer component performs generative learning on continuous data distributions. The HQC computer is capable of being implemented using existing and near-term quantum computer components having relatively low circuit depth.


Classification


Slightly More than Average Length Specification


View the Patent Matrix® Diagram to Explore the Claim Relationships

2 Independent Claims

  • Independent Claim 1. A device comprising: a variational quantum generator circuit comprising: a first quantum encoding circuit, which receives as input a real value z from a classical distribution and encodes the real value as an input quantum state |R(z), having r qubitsand a quantum generator circuit G(.THETA..sub.g), which receives the input quantum state and acts on a register of n qubits including the input quantum state, with n.gtoreq.r, and which generates classical data x.sub.Fake by measuring, by a measurement decoding component, at least one expectation value of a fixed set of observables.

  • Independent Claim 39. A method performed by a device, the device comprising a variational quantum generator circuit, the method comprising: at a first quantum encoding circuit in the variational quantum generator circuit, receiving as input a real value z from a classical distribution and encodes the real value as an input quantum state |R(z), having r qubitsand at a quantum generator circuit G(.THETA..sub.g) in the variational quantum generator circuit: receiving the input quantum state and acts on a register of n qubits including the input quantum state, with n.gtoreq.r, and generating classical data x.sub.Fake by measuring, by a measurement decoding component, at least one expectation value of a fixed set of observables.