Stochastic Computing on Quantum Gates
Abstract: The concept of Stochastic Computing is applied to Quantum Computing. A qubit in a superposition state is used to represent a probability as an input for Stochastic Computation, instead of a random bit stream. Measuring the output qubit from the quantum circuit produces zero or one with the probability of the computation result. This process is repeated N times to generate the N-bit stochastic number, where N is determined by the required accuracy.
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