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Architectures for quantum computing based on neutral atoms have risen to prominence as candidates for both near and long-term applications. These devices are particularly well suited to solve independent set problems, as the combinatorial constraints can be naturally encoded in the low-energy Hilbert space due to the Rydberg blockade mechanism. Here, we approach this connection with a focus on a particular device architecture and explore the ubiquity and utility of independent set problems byarXiv:2205.08500v1 fatcat:2t7aoavg65dmfd3tnt7lkvuf5m