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Computer Science
D-index
36
Citations
8,671
109
World Ranking
7032
National Ranking
3323

- Quantum mechanics
- Algebra
- Algorithm

Aram W. Harrow mostly deals with Quantum algorithm, Quantum mechanics, Quantum computer, Topology and Quantum information. Aram W. Harrow has researched Quantum algorithm in several fields, including Operator, Quantum capacity and Linear algebra. His research in Quantum computer tackles topics such as Algorithm which are related to areas like Support vector machine, Feature vector and Kernel method.

His work carried out in the field of Quantum information brings together such families of science as Theoretical computer science, Quantum operation and Computer engineering. His Quantum operation research incorporates elements of Quantum channel and Quantum process. Aram W. Harrow interconnects Polynomial and Combinatorics in the investigation of issues within Quantum gate.

- Quantum algorithm for linear systems of equations. (1022 citations)
- Quantum computational supremacy (346 citations)
- Supervised learning with quantum-enhanced feature spaces. (310 citations)

Aram W. Harrow mainly investigates Discrete mathematics, Quantum, Quantum algorithm, Quantum information and Quantum entanglement. Aram W. Harrow combines subjects such as Separable state, Combinatorics, Qubit, Quantum information science and Upper and lower bounds with his study of Discrete mathematics. Aram W. Harrow focuses mostly in the field of Quantum, narrowing it down to matters related to Statistical physics and, in some cases, Quantum annealing.

His Quantum algorithm study combines topics in areas such as Quantum computer and Quantum capacity, Quantum operation. His work on Quantum network as part of general Quantum information study is frequently linked to Information theory, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Quantum entanglement research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Theoretical physics, Unitary state, Communication complexity, Ground state and Quantum state.

- Discrete mathematics (40.82%)
- Quantum (30.10%)
- Quantum algorithm (32.65%)

- Quantum (30.10%)
- Qubit (16.84%)
- Quantum computer (19.39%)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Quantum, Qubit, Quantum computer, Algorithm and Discrete mathematics. His Quantum research includes elements of Phase transition and Counting problem. His studies deal with areas such as Computation, Quantum algorithm, Polynomial and Computational problem as well as Quantum computer.

His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Speedup and Cluster analysis. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quantum state, Partition function and Observable in addition to Algorithm. His Discrete mathematics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Norm, Quantum information science, Quantum capacity and Separable state.

- Quantum computational supremacy (346 citations)
- Supervised learning with quantum-enhanced feature spaces. (310 citations)
- Supervised learning with quantum enhanced feature spaces (185 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Algebra
- Algorithm

Aram W. Harrow spends much of his time researching Quantum, Qubit, Quantum algorithm, Quantum computer and Discrete mathematics. The Quantum study combines topics in areas such as Algorithm, Parameterized complexity and Hilbert space. The concepts of his Qubit study are interwoven with issues in Dimension, Dimension and Polynomial hierarchy.

His study looks at the intersection of Quantum algorithm and topics like Quantum information with Chemical physics, Speedup, Computer engineering and Field. His Quantum computer research integrates issues from Computation and Computational problem. As part of the same scientific family, Aram W. Harrow usually focuses on Discrete mathematics, concentrating on Quantum capacity and intersecting with Property testing, Quantum phase estimation algorithm, Quantum t-design and Combinatorics.

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Quantum algorithm for linear systems of equations.

Aram W. Harrow;Avinatan Hassidim;Seth Lloyd.

Physical Review Letters **(2009)**

1773 Citations

Supervised learning with quantum-enhanced feature spaces.

Vojtěch Havlíček;Vojtěch Havlíček;Antonio D. Córcoles;Kristan Temme;Aram W. Harrow.

Nature **(2019)**

784 Citations

Quantum computational supremacy

Aram W. Harrow;Ashley Montanaro.

Nature **(2017)**

569 Citations

Supervised learning with quantum enhanced feature spaces

Vojtech Havlicek;Antonio D. Córcoles;Kristan Temme;Aram W. Harrow.

arXiv: Quantum Physics **(2018)**

488 Citations

Quantum Supremacy through the Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm

Edward Farhi;Aram W Harrow.

arXiv: Quantum Physics **(2016)**

327 Citations

Practical scheme for quantum computation with any two-qubit entangling gate.

Michael J. Bremner;Christopher M. Dawson;Jennifer L. Dodd;Alexei Gilchrist.

Physical Review Letters **(2002)**

293 Citations

Random Quantum Circuits are Approximate 2-designs

Aram W. Harrow;Richard A. Low.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(2009)**

233 Citations

Local Random Quantum Circuits are Approximate Polynomial-Designs

Fernando G. S. L. Brandão;Aram W. Harrow;Michał Horodecki.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(2016)**

232 Citations

Arbitrarily accurate composite pulse sequences

Kenneth R. Brown;Aram W. Harrow;Issac L. Chuang.

Physical Review A **(2005)**

219 Citations

Quantum Reverse Shannon Theorem

Charles H. Bennett;Igor Devetak;Aram W. Harrow;Peter W. Shor.

arXiv: Quantum Physics **(2009)**

212 Citations

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