Obtaining A Linear Combination of the Principal Components of a Matrix on Quantum Computers

26 Nov 2015Anmer Daskin

Principal component analysis is a multivariate statistical method frequently used in science and engineering to reduce the dimension of a problem or extract the most significant features from a dataset. In this paper, using a similar notion to the quantum counting, we show how to apply the amplitude amplification together with the phase estimation algorithm to an operator in order to procure the eigenvectors of the operator associated to the eigenvalues defined in the range $\left[a, b\right]$, where $a$ and $b$ are real and $0 \leq a \leq b \leq 1$... (read more)

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