Questions tagged [quantum-computing]

Questions relating quantum computation and quantum algorithms to statistical problems.

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Convex variant of Bhattacharyya coefficient

For (discrete, finite) probability distributions $P,Q$, the Bhattacharyya coefficient is $B(P,Q) := \sum_x \sqrt{P_x Q_x}$. It can be shown that this is jointly concave in $P$ and $Q$. My question is, ...
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Are there any machine learning problems that would be better solved on a quantum computer?

Are there any machine learning or TDA problems that classical computers can’t solve that would be better solved by a quantum computer?
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How does QSVM algorithm differs from SVM?

Where does the working of QSVM differs from classical SVM ? And how it is fast ? During which steps of the algorithm do they differ ?
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What is the distribution type of qubit measurement in quantum computing?

I am completely new to statistical analytics. What I am trying to do is to implement some appropriate tools of statistical analytics in quantum computation. I try to explain the situation clearly. We ...
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What kinds of statistical problems are likely to benefit from quantum computing?

We are at the advent of quantum computing, with quantum languages anticipating hardware quantum computers now available at high and low levels for simulated quantum computers. Quantum computing brings ...