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A quantum autoencoder: using machine learning to compress qutrits

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Abstract

The compression of quantum data will allow increased control over difficult-to- manage quantum resources. We experimentally realize a quantum autoencoder, which learns to compress quantum data with a classical machine learning routine.

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