Quantum Computing Inc. (NASDAQ: QUBT) stock gained by 9.51% at the last close whereas the QUBT stock price declines by 6.31% during the after-hours trading session. Quantum Computing Inc. is dedicated to advancing quantum computing’s usefulness in real-world business applications.
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Quantum Computing has released research that shows that “domain-wall” approaches outperform other methods for discrete optimization issues. This innovation has far-reaching consequences for a variety of real-world issues. The article will be presented at the D-Wave Qubits 21 conference on October 6 by QCI Technical Advisor Dr. Nick Chancellor, who invented the technique and was part of the research team that showed its usefulness.
To efficiently encode information in quantum computing systems, domain-wall encoding uses topological defects (where neighboring structures are out of phase) and Ising spin chains (discrete variables that represent magnetic dipole spin moments). Dr. Chancellor’s UK team, which includes other QCI specialists, demonstrated that the domain-wall approach outperforms others on annealers, such as D- Wave’s, and would likely outperform gate model computers as well.
They also illustrated how encoding interacts with the quantum processor’s physics to provide better results, which is an essential but frequently ignored aspect. This article on the QCI blog gives a simple yet thorough explanation.
Dr. Nick Chancellor, research and teaching fellow at Durham University commented,
Considering how frequent discrete vs. binary issues are in the real world, getting the most out of early quantum computers is critical. This is a significant step forward in their capabilities, especially considering the benefits they’ve discovered by applying this encoding. For crucial issues, it performed better in every manner they could think of.
Rebel Brown, VP, Strategy & Marketing for QCI stated,
The current domain-wall encoding breakthrough increases the size of a problem that can be solved by a quantum computer by a factor of 30. They predict this invention, along with others under development at QCI, will substantially accelerate the time-to-viable solution for production challenges employing Qatalyst and quantum systems as quantum computers grow the number of qubits they support.