21 November 2001 Role of interference and entanglement in quantum neural processing
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The role of interference and entanglement in quantum neural processing is discussed. It is argued that on contrast to the quantum computing the problem of the use of exponential resources as the payment for the absence of entanglement does not exist for quantum neural processing. This is because of corresponding systems, as any modern classical artificial neural system, do not realize functions precisely, but approximate them by training on small sets of examples. It can permit to implement quantum neural systems optically, because in this case there is no need in exponential resources of optical devices (beam-splitters etc.). On the other hand, the role of entanglement in quantum neural processing is still very important, because it actually associates qubit states: this is necessary feature of quantum neural memory models.
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Alexandr A. Ezhov, Alexandr A. Ezhov, Gennady Berman, Gennady Berman, } "Role of interference and entanglement in quantum neural processing", Proc. SPIE 4591, Electronics and Structures for MEMS II, (21 November 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.449168; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.449168
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