Efficiency Optimization in Quantum Computing: Balancing Thermodynamics and Computational Performance

TitleEfficiency Optimization in Quantum Computing: Balancing Thermodynamics and Computational Performance
Publication TypeJournal Article
AuthorsŚmierzchalski T, Mzaouali Z, Deffner S, Gardas B
JournalarXiv preprint
Volume arXiv:2307.14022
Abstract

We investigate the computational efficiency and thermodynamic cost of the D-Wave quantum annealer under reverse-annealing with and without pausing. Our experimental results demonstrate that the combination of reverse-annealing and pausing leads to improved computational efficiency while minimizing the thermodynamic cost compared to reverse-annealing alone. Moreover, we find that the magnetic field has a positive impact on the performance of the quantum annealer during reverse-annealing but becomes detrimental when pausing is involved. Our results provide strategies for optimizing the performance and energy consumption of quantum annealing systems employing reverse-annealing protocols.

URLhttps://arxiv.org/abs/2307.14022

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Data aktualizacji: 17/10/2023 - 13:31; autor zmian: Bartłomiej Gardas (bgardas@iitis.pl)