Bioinformatics systems, apparatuses, and methods executed on a quantum processing platform


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DATE

2018-09-04T00:00

AUTHORS

Pieter Van Rooyen

ABSTRACT

A system, method and apparatus for executing a bioinformatics analysis on genetic sequence data includes a quantum computing device formed of a set of hardwired quantum logic circuits interconnected by a plurality of superconducting connections to process information represented as a quantum state that is configured as a set of one or more qubits. The hardwired quantum logic circuits may be arranged as a set of processing engines, each processing engine being formed of a subset of the hardwired quantum logic circuits to perform one or more steps in the bioinformatics analysis on the reads of genomic data. Each subset of the hardwired quantum logic circuits may be formed in a wired configuration to perform the one or more steps in the bioinformatics analysis. More... »

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