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Combinatorial optimization using networks of optical parametric oscillators

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We use a network of 160 optical parametric oscillators, formed using fiber-coupled PPLN in a ~320-m fiber loop, to build an annealing machine that can find solutions to Ising problems with arbitrary spin connectivity.

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