Hi @Maria_Schuld, I am a beginner in in the quantum machine learning and was going through the paper QML in feature hilbert space. At one point I am little confused, it will be great if either of you help in clarifying.
In the paper at page #7 the statement “Since this probability depends on the displacement and squeezing intensity, it is better to define two probabilities, say p(n1 = 2; n2 = 0) and p(n1 = 0; n2 = 2), as
a one-hot encoded output vector (o0; o1).”
Here my doubt is why we are considering 2. Is it representing probability or photon count. I am bit confused. if you kindly give a brief explanation to it.
Thanks and Regards