Please note that Microsoft QIO solvers are deprecated and are no longer available in Azure Quantum post-June 30th 2023. Toshiba solvers in Azure Quantum are also deprecated as of February 6, 2024.
These samples demonstrate the use of quantum-inspired optimization (QIO) in the Azure Quantum service.
Each sample is self-contained in a folder, and demonstrates how to use the QIO solver in Azure Quantum to solve a problem.
To run these samples, there are some prerequisites:
- Create an Azure Quantum Workspace
- Install Python on your system
- Install the
- (Optional) Install Jupyter Notebook
- Toshiba SQBM+: This sample demonstrates how to submit a simple job with the Toshiba SQBM+ optimization solver in Azure Quantum.
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