Solving combinatorial optimization problems efficiently is a major stake in the industry. Thanks to the power of quantum computing, it is nowadays possible to prepare, with implementation on small datasets, the quantum machine learning algorithms that will solve these problems for the next generations of quantum computers.

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4     References

1.      IBM Qiskit Textbook on Shor's Algorithm

2.      How Quantum Computers Break Encryption -- Shor's Algorithm Explained

3.      S. Beauregard (2003), Circuit for Shor's algorithm using 2n+3 qubits. Also on quant-ph/0205095

4.      M. Nielsen and I. Chuang (2010), Quantum Computation and Quantum Information

5.      VQE for TSP

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