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REPORTS > KEYWORD > QUANTUM QUERY COMPLEXITY:
Reports tagged with quantum query complexity:
TR05-041 | 12th April 2005
Shengyu Zhang

(Almost) tight bounds for randomized and quantum Local Search on hypercubes and grids

Revisions: 2

The Local Search problem, which finds a
local minimum of a black-box function on a given graph, is of both
practical and theoretical importance to many areas in computer
science and natural sciences. In this paper, we show that for the
Boolean hypercube $\B^n$, the randomized query complexity of Local
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TR11-040 | 22nd March 2011
Alexander A. Sherstov

Strong Direct Product Theorems for Quantum Communication and Query Complexity

A strong direct product theorem (SDPT) states that solving $n$ instances of a problem requires $\Omega(n)$ times the resources for a single instance, even to achieve success probability $2^{-\Omega(n)}.$ We prove that quantum communication complexity obeys an SDPT whenever the communication lower bound for a single instance is proved by ... more >>>


TR17-169 | 24th October 2017
Mark Bun, Robin Kothari, Justin Thaler

The Polynomial Method Strikes Back: Tight Quantum Query Bounds via Dual Polynomials

The approximate degree of a Boolean function $f$ is the least degree of a real polynomial that approximates $f$ pointwise to error at most $1/3$. The approximate degree of $f$ is known to be a lower bound on the quantum query complexity of $f$ (Beals et al., FOCS 1998 and ... more >>>




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