International Journal of Theoretical Physics

, Volume 37, Issue 2, pp 651–684 | Cite as

Quantum Neural Nets

  • Michail Zak
  • Colin P. Williams
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Abstract

The capacity of classical neurocomputers islimited by the number of classical degrees of freedom,which is roughly proportional to the size of thecomputer. By contrast, a hypothetical quantumneurocomputer can implement an exponentially larger number ofthe degrees of freedom within the same size. In thispaper an attempt is made to reconcile the linearreversible structure of quantum evolution with nonlinear irreversible dynamics for neuralnets.

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  • Michail Zak
  • Colin P. Williams

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