Magniez, Nayak, Roland and Santha have proved a general theorem, showing that quantum search algorithms can be derived from a large class of classical Markov chains . The cost of the resulting quantum algorithm can be written as a function of S, U and C. These are the cost of setting up the quantum register in a state that corresponds to the stationary distribution, updating it unitarily by walking from one node to an adjacent node and checking whether a node is marked in order to flip its phase if it is, respectively.
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