A Python application by QxBranch for running Quantum Feature Detectors
QxBranch’s Quantum Feature Detector (QxQFD) is a Python library providing a configurable class of quantum machine learning functions. It provides a simple interface for using quantum transformations to detect features in data as part of a machine learning application stack, on Rigetti’s QCS.
QxQFD requires the following Python packages:
QxQFD officially supports Linux 18.04.
QxQFD can be used with a Rigetti Forest QMI, or a local machine running the Forest SDK QVM.
Included with QxQFD are three demonstration notebooks providing examples of the library’s use. They can be found in the ‘demo’ folder. The CIFAR-10 data required for the third notebook can be found at https://www.cs.toronto.edu/~kriz/cifar.html.
Complete documentation is available on QxBranch’s website at https://www.qxbranch.com/manuals/quantum_feature_detector.
At this address you can also find some demonstration iPython notebooks.
QxBranch is a quantum computing and data analytics software company founded in 2014, based in Washington DC with offices in London, UK, and Adelaide, Australia. QxBranch specializes in the development of quantum computing software and data analytics services. To learn more about QxBranch, visit https://www.qxbranch.com.
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