Today's NISQ devices have their limitations when trying to outpace classical computations. The bottleneck is the number of statistical samples required to measure the quantum computer. For valuable problems, the number of samples, and hence time, needed for sufficiently accurate estimates is prohibitively large. This has been referred to as the "measurement problem". Our proposed solution to the measurement problem aims to maximize the rate of information gain during the sampling process - it's like trying to squeeze the most juice out of an orange.
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