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Traveling quantum salesman | Quantum Computing Weekly #17

Traveling quantum salesman | Quantum Computing Weekly #17
By Jesper Thomschutz • Issue #17 • View online
👋 Howdy folks!
Hope everyone has had a nice weekend and a good start to the week. This issue we’ll focus a bit on a wonderful blog post about solving the traveling salesman problem using quantum computers - cool!
Looking for a particular area of quantum computing you’d like to see covered in the next issue? Ping me and let me know!

The traveling salesman problem is an NP-Complete problem which becomes very difficult for classical computers to solve, but what about quantum ones? Fortunately, Michał Stęchły wrote an excellent blog post about it and even made a demo page to test it out for finding a route between European cities. Also, the algorithm is open source!
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Jesper Thomschutz

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