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COMBINATORIAL OPTIMIZATION PROBLEMS

Fast Ising solvers based on oscillator networks

An electronic network of compact oscillatory circuits can be used to find the optimal ground state of Ising Hamiltonians.

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Fig. 1: Networks of phase-transition oscillators as fast Ising solvers.

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Strachan, J.P. Fast Ising solvers based on oscillator networks. Nat Electron 4, 458–459 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41928-021-00620-x

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