dwave-gate is a software package for constructing, modifying and running quantum circuits on the
included simulator. It provides a set of tools that enables you to:
Construct quantum circuits using an intuitive context-manager interface.
Utilize a comprehensive library of quantum gates with simple access to matrix representations, various decompositions, and more.
Simulate circuits on a performant (C++) state-vector simulator.
Easily create your own quantum gates and templates. Any circuit can be either directly applied in another circuit or converted into a quantum operation.
This example uses the
dwave.gate.Circuit object’s context manager to append operations to
a two-qubit circuit.
import dwave.gate.operations as ops from dwave.gate import Circuit circuit = Circuit(2) with circuit.context as (q, c): ops.X(q) ops.Hadamard(q) ops.CZ(q, q) ops.Hadamard(q)
You can run the
dwave.gate.simulator simulator on such circuits,
>>> from dwave.gate.simulator import simulate >>> simulate(circuit)
and then access the resulting state via the state attribute.
>>> circuit.state array([0.+0.j, 0.+0.j, 0.+0.j, 1.+0.j])