Search Results for author: Quanlong Wang

Found 6 papers, 2 papers with code

Differentiating and Integrating ZX Diagrams with Applications to Quantum Machine Learning

no code implementations31 Jan 2022 Quanlong Wang, Richie Yeung, Mark Koch

Here we elevate ZX to an analytical perspective by realising differentiation and integration entirely within the framework of ZX-calculus.

Quantum Machine Learning

Representing and Implementing Matrices Using Algebraic ZX-calculus

2 code implementations13 Oct 2021 Quanlong Wang, Richie Yeung

In linear algebra applications, elementary matrices hold a significant role.

Reasoning about conscious experience with axiomatic and graphical mathematics

no code implementations30 Jun 2021 Camilo Miguel Signorelli, Quanlong Wang, Bob Coecke

We cast aspects of consciousness in axiomatic mathematical terms, using the graphical calculus of general process theories (a. k. a symmetric monoidal categories and Frobenius algebras therein).


Kindergarden quantum mechanics graduates (...or how I learned to stop gluing LEGO together and love the ZX-calculus)

no code implementations22 Feb 2021 Bob Coecke, Dominic Horsman, Aleks Kissinger, Quanlong Wang

This paper is a `spiritual child' of the 2005 lecture notes Kindergarten Quantum Mechanics, which showed how a simple, pictorial extension of Dirac notation allowed several quantum features to be easily expressed and derived, using language even a kindergartner can understand.

A Compositional Model of Consciousness based on Consciousness-Only

no code implementations31 Jul 2020 Camilo Miguel Signorelli, Quanlong Wang, Ilyas Khan

Scientific studies of consciousness rely on objects whose existence is assumed to be independent of any consciousness.

A Simplified Stabilizer ZX-calculus

3 code implementations15 Feb 2016 Miriam Backens, Simon Perdrix, Quanlong Wang

The stabilizer ZX-calculus is a rigorous graphical language for reasoning about quantum mechanics. The language is sound and complete: a stabilizer ZX-diagram can be transformed into another one if and only if these two diagrams represent the same quantum evolution or quantum state.

Quantum Physics Logic in Computer Science

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