Lisbeth is a software package, written in Java, for generating code that can be followed by a GATE MODEL quantum computer. The code generated by Lisbeth enables a QC to do certain AI related tasks, particularly those associated with classical BAYESIAN NETWORK calculations. The algorithms used by Lisbeth are all based on AFGA, a patented improvement of GROVER'S ALGORITHM. As with the original Grover's algorithm, AFGA based algorithms are quadratically more efficient (measured by time complexity) than the best available counterpart classical algorithms.
Lisbeth comprises 5 Java applets. These applets are limited in the types of cases they can handle, but this is because they are meant for demonstration purposes only. The 5 applets are based on a Java class library that is much more general and malleable. The applets are:
qSym calculates the symmetrized version of a given function. | |
qMobius calculates the Mobius Transform of a given function. | |
qMargi calculates a marginal probability distribution of a given probability distribution. | |
qMean calculates the mean value of a given function. | |
qJennings allows one to discover from data the structure of a classical Bayesian network. |
The algorithms used by the 5 Lisbeth applets and the interface of the applets are documented in the following 5 arXiv papers.
Lisbeth software is partially protected by patents.
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Java Source Code (For any platform. I like to use Eclipse project development environment): ArQ-Src1-6.zip (604 Kb)
ByteCode (executable)(any platform): not yet