Quantum Convolutional Neural Networks for High Energy Physics Data Analysis

12/22/2020
by   Samuel Yen-Chi Chen, et al.
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This work presents a quantum convolutional neural network (QCNN) for the classification of high energy physics events. The proposed model is tested using a simulated dataset from the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment. The proposed architecture demonstrates the quantum advantage of learning faster than the classical convolutional neural networks (CNNs) under a similar number of parameters. In addition to faster convergence, the QCNN achieves greater test accuracy compared to CNNs. Based on experimental results, it is a promising direction to study the application of QCNN and other quantum machine learning models in high energy physics and additional scientific fields.

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