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Simulated Bifurcation Machine

Simulated Bifurcation Machine

By: Toshiba Digital Solutions Corporation Latest Version: 1.2.2

Product Overview

Simulated Bifurcation Machine (SBM) comes with a set of solvers which enables users to quickly obtain good approximate solutions for large combinatorial optimization problems expressed as ISING, MAXCUT and MAXSAT problems.

Diverse technological challenges facing society today - logistics optimization, financial portfolio optimization, and molecular modeling in drug discovery, to name a few - typically involve solving "combinatorial optimization problems," which entails finding the best solution out of an astronomical number of combinatorial patterns. As this requires a huge amount of calculation, previous technologies have been inadequate in increasing the size of the problems that can be tackled and in reducing the amount of time required to find a solution.

By successfully implementing a novel optimization algorithm proposed by Toshiba (Goto et al. (2019)), SBM has made it possible to obtain good approximate solutions to these complex, large-scale problems quickly, without requiring dedicated hardware.

SBM version 1.2.2 Release Note:
Added two new parameters ("C" and "dt") to deal with various problems. For details, refer to the Simulated Bifurcation Machine (SBM) User Manual.

SBM version 1.2.2 includes:
- nVIDIA CUDA Driver (Linux x86_64) Version 418.39
- Node.js version 10.17.0



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Linux/Unix, Amazon Linux Amazon Linux release 2 (Karoo)

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