This post is part of a serie of posts on my experience with the IBM Quantum Challenge 2020.
The serie is organised as follow:
Introduction to the problem. Mathematical reformulation of the problem.

This post is part of a serie of posts on my experience with the IBM Quantum Challenge 2020.
The serie is organised as follow:
Introduction to the problem. Mathematical reformulation of the problem.

This post is part of a serie of posts on my experience with the IBM Quantum Challenge 2020.
The serie is organised as follow:
Introduction to the problem. Mathematical reformulation of the problem.

This post is part of a serie of posts on my experience with the IBM Quantum Challenge 2020.
The serie is organised as follow:
Introduction to the problem. Mathematical reformulation of the problem (this post).

I recently participated to the IBM Quantum Challenge 2020 and had a LOT of fun with the last exercise.
In a serie of \(N\) blog posts (\(N \in [4, \infty)\) for the moment, subject to change when I will realise I have too much to say) I will present you the solution I submitted and that granted me the 14th place of the challenge that involved more than 1000 participants.