
Consideration of the Need for Quantum Grid Computing
Quantum computing is poised to dramatically change the computational lan...
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QSOC: Quantum ServiceOriented Computing
Quantum computing is quickly turning from a promise to a reality, witnes...
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Quantum Software Models: The Density Matrix for Classical and Quantum Software Systems Design
Linear Software Models enable rigorous linear algebraic procedures for m...
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The prospects of quantum computing in computational molecular biology
Quantum computers can in principle solve certain problems exponentially ...
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Feature Selection for Recommender Systems with Quantum Computing
The promise of quantum computing to open new unexplored possibilities in...
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Towards Solving the NavierStokes Equation on Quantum Computers
In this paper, we explore the suitability of upcoming novel computing te...
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Quantum Bridge Analytics II: Network Optimization and Combinatorial Chaining for Asset Exchange
Quantum Bridge Analytics relates to methods and systems for hybrid class...
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Trials and Tribulations of Developing Hybrid QuantumClassical Microservices Systems
Quantum computing holds great promise to solve to problems where classical computers cannot reach. To the point where it already arouses the interest of both scientific and industrial communities. Thus, it is expected that hybrid systems will start to appear where quantum software interacts with classical systems. Such coexistence can be fostered by service computing. Unfortunately, the way in which quantum code can be offered as a service still misses out on many of the potential benefits of service computing. This paper takes the traveling salesman problem, and tackles the challenge of giving it an implementation in the form of a quantum microservice. Then it is used to detect which of the benefits of service computing are lost in the process. The conclusions help to measure the distance between the current state of technology and the state that would be desirable in order to have a real quantum service engineering.
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