Welcome to the **arXiv wiki**: a place for notes and summaries of arXiv.org papers.

Visit any paper on arXiv.org. Swap out the “.org” for “.wiki” and you will automatically be taken to the corresponding arXiv wiki page.

Anything that could accompany an arXiv paper belongs here:

- a high-level summary
- links to talks and presentations
- informal explanations of core concepts
- comments

Aida Ahmadzadegan, Eduardo Martin-Martinez, Achim Kempf

Josh Alman, Virginia Vassilevska Williams

Kunal Marwaha, Stuart Hadfield

Every paper can be marked with one or more tags.

BB84

LDCs

MaxCut

NISQ

OGP

Parisi

QAOA

QED

QMC

QML

communication-complexity

entanglement

error-correction

general-probabilistic-theories

hamiltonian-simulation

hypercontractivity

ion-traps

kXOR

learning-with-errors

local-algorithms

noise

quantum-chemistry

quantum-communication

quantum-complexity

quantum-foundations

quantum-programming

quantum-walks

simulating-quantum-circuits

state-discrimination

stoquastic

streaming-algorithms

superconducting

variational-quantum-algorithms

Search an arXiv identifier and click the “Edit this page” button. You must log into GitHub to make edits. Once your first change is approved, you’ll receive access to make further changes.

Please remember each paper on the arXiv was written by someone. Please be civil and respectful online.

Files are written in Markdown. It is regular text with extra styling. Here is a 2-minute reference on how to use it.

Files also support LaTeX math mode:

- Wrap equations with $$ on each side, like
`$$y = x^2$$`

. - Instead of
`|`

, use`\vert`

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