quantum Case-Based Reasoning (qCBR)

04/01/2021 ∙ by Parfait Atchade-Adelomou, et al. ∙ 0

Case-Based Reasoning (CBR) is an artificial intelligence approach to problem-solving with a good record of success. This article proposes using Quantum Computing to improve some of the key processes of CBR defining so a Quantum Case-Based Reasoning (qCBR) paradigm. The focus is set on designing and implementing a qCBR based on the variational principle that improves its classical counterpart in terms of average accuracy, scalability and tolerance to overlapping. A comparative study of the proposed qCBR with a classic CBR is performed for the case of the Social Workers' Problem as a sample of a combinatorial optimization problem with overlapping. The algorithm's quantum feasibility is modelled with docplex and tested on IBMQ computers, and experimented on the Qibo framework.

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