Zapraszamy na Krakow Quantum Informatics Seminar organizowane wspólnie przez Katedrę Informatyki AGH i IBM Software Lab Kraków. Spotkanie odbędzie się we wtorek 29.05.2019 w godzinach 16:00-17:00 w Centrum Informatyki w sali 1.19.

W programie: 

Michał Grabowski, Marcin Przewięźlikowski
Department of Computer Science, AGH, Kraków

Temat: Quantum Bayesian Inference



At first, this talk will give introduction to Bayesian Networks [1] and their use cases, with particular focus on how they can be used to model games [2]. We will describe their quantum generalization by introducing  entanglements between the variables they model [3]. We will describe  two versions of quantum Bayesian inference algorithms.

Next, we will present AcausalNets.jl library for modeling quantum Bayesian networks and performing inference on them written in Julia language.  Finally, we will present our reproduction of experiments with a quantum version of Monty Hall game [2] performed with our software.


[1] Jonathan S. Yedidia, William T. Freeman, and Yair Weiss. Exploring artificial intelligence in the new millennium. chapter Understanding Belief Propagation and Its Generalizations, pages 239–269. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc., San Francisco, CA, USA, 2003.

[2] Dariusz Kurzyk and Adam Glos. Quantum inferring acausal structures and the monty hall problem. Quantum Information Processing, 15(12):4927– 4937, Dec 2016.

[3] M.S. Leifer and D. Poulin. Quantum graphical models and belief propagation. Annals of Physics, 323(8):1899 – 1946, 2008.


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