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Estimating an option price by classical Monte Carlo to a certain precision requires 100.000.000 samples. Can you give an estimate of quantum calls to the state preparation algorithm to calculate this price with the same precision using Quantum Amplitude Estimation?
Quantum Amplitude Estimation can be regarded as Quantum Phase Estimation applied to a certain unitary. What is this unitary?
Given the quadratic speed-up of Quantum Amplitude Estimation over classical Monte Carlo, from how many classical Monte Carlo samples is it advantageous to use a quantum computer with effective clock speed 1 MHz compared to a classical computer with clock speed 10 GHz?
Given the quadratic speed-up of Quantum Amplitude Estimation over classical Monte Carlo, from how many classical Monte Carlo samples is it advantageous to use a quantum computer with effective clock speed 1 MHz compared to a classical computer with 100 cores with clock speed 10 GHz? We assume parallelization to be perfect on the quantum computer, i.e. that parallelizing on 100 cores yields a 100 speed-up.