Minimal Ontological Model Discovery (available)

Why is quantum theory more efficient in describing the small-scale world? The answer may be hidden in the structure of the large data acquired in quantum experiments. All we obtain in experimenting on a quantum system, e.g. quantum computers, is a large dataset of probabilities (called a MOP), p(k|M,P), showing the probability of outcome k … full description “Minimal Ontological Model Discovery (available)”

Quantum computing without quantum computers (available)

Quantum Technologies (QT) may revolutionise data science but are often unreliable. Classical and quantum noise makes most of the existing systems highly unstable. This generalised unreliability has limited their applicability to real-world computational problems. In special cases, quantum systems can be simulated on classical computers. As classical simulations are noise-free, they can be used to … full description “Quantum computing without quantum computers (available)”