What is the Leap Quantum Coding Challenge?

This section presents some problems to help you gain knowledge in using the D-Wave quantum computer. The problems are designed to build on one another, so that by following the sequence you can incrementally gain expertise.


No degree in physics or math is required. These problems are aimed at people who have some programming knowledge and an interest in quantum computing. You might solve a problem in your head, on paper, or using the quantum computer. The answer to each problem is always a number.


Post your answer as a reply to the problem's post.

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  • what a great idea, i would like to participate. looking however on first challenge question, i'm not sure about the statement on math degree. i simply can't translate the formula to example to get my brain understand what the question is :-(

    nevertheless, i'm not giving up just yet :-)

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  • I wish to respond to the leap quantum coding challenge with this 22bit visual binary code interface.  It has applications in neural networks and electroencephalography.  The idea is that we can create AGI by modelling human brains using the friendship cube code.  The symbols rotate and combine, and hone in on a diamond-shaped area similar to that of d-wave systems quantum computer. 

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  • i love you qbit ;)

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  • what's the difference between Leap's Hybrid and dwave-hybrid

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  • The short answer is that Leap's Hybrid Solver Service provides portfolio solvers that you can use with minimum parameter tuning, while dwave-hybrid is a package in the Ocean SDK that allows you to build your own hybrid workflows. A hybrid workflow uses multiple solvers and combines classical and quantum resources. 

    For a broader discussion, please check out this thread

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