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Not all Ising machines are created equal: choice of nonlinearity induces order-of-magnitude differences in computational performance

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Abstract

Various nonlinear systems have been proposed for Ising machines, yet little insight exists into their suitability. We find the choice of nonlinearity to induce order-of-magnitude improvements in time-to-solution for saturable nonlinearities.

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