I recently started shaping more and more this pages, in order to collect my thoughs, works, notes, on quantum algorithms, with specific focus in quantum machine learning. Why? There isn’t just a single answer to this question. Probably, it started because I felt the need to keep track of what I learn, and sedimentate my knowlege by taking notes. But also, I recently understood the importance of diffusion of scientific knowledge as foundamental in an open and functional society. Therefore, I have decided to write in this pages about quantum algorithms and techniques in quantum machine learning. And after all, is for training and skill mainantence. :)

If you think you can improve any of these notes, you are more than welcome! They are publicly available on Github here. Feel free to add your name among the authors if you have contributed significantly to a page! You can also push complitely new pages! :)

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Introductive topics


Other quantumish notes

A funny note on how I prepare my posts. I have built this bizzarre infrastructure that allows me to write latex in the cloud (using overleaf), and create web pages when a post is ready as a latex document. These pages are created thanks to the git API that overleaf offers, therefore using pandoc (with biblatex support) to generate markdown files, which are finally rendered in html using jekyll. Latex is rendered using mathjax. Obviously, everything is glued by bash. If you understood the implication of this infrastructure, then the answer to your next question is “Yes, I feel dirty inside when I mix latex,html,javascript and css in the same file, so bear with me if something is not working as expected”. (UPDATE: I skip the latex part, and I directly in Markdown, and sync everything with git. The bash automation is still there.)