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Improving Effi ciency of Large-scale Logistics by Digital Annealer Technology


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Author(J)1) 柴崎 崇之, 2) 下川 聡, 3) 佐々木 真 , 4) 上原 祐介
Author(E)1) Takayuki Shibasaki, 2) Satoshi Shimokawa, 3) Makoto Sasaki, 4) Yusuke Uehara
Affiliation(J)1) 富士通, 2) 富士通, 3) 富士通, 4) 富士通


Abstract(E)In order to improve the efficiensy of large-scale logistics that relates to environmental problems, it is necessary to solve various combinatorial optimization problems in logistics operations. This article will introduce“ Digital Annealer” technology that solves combinatorial optimization problems at high speed using digital circuits inspired by quantum phenomena. The effectiveness of“ Digital Annealer” technology will be shown for actual logistics problems.

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