Class find_embedding::chain

class find_embedding::chain

Public Functions

inline chain(vector<int> &w, int l)

construct this chain, linking it to the qubit_weight vector w (common to all chains in an embedding, typically) and setting its variable label l

inline chain &operator=(const vector<int> &c)

assign this to a vector of ints.

each incoming qubit will have itself as a parent.

inline chain &operator=(const chain &c)

assign this to another chain

inline size_t size() const

number of qubits in chain

inline size_t count(const int q) const

returns 0 if q is not contained in this, 1 otherwise

inline int get_link(const int x) const

get the qubit, in this, which links this to the chain of x (if x==label, interpret the linking qubit as the chain’s root)

inline void set_link(const int x, const int q)

set the qubit, in this, which links this to the chain of x (if x==label, interpret the linking qubit as the chain’s root)

inline int drop_link(const int x)

discard and return the linking qubit for x, or -1 if that link is not set

inline void set_root(const int q)

insert the qubit q into this, and set q to be the root (represented as the linking qubit for label)

inline void clear()

empty this data structure

inline void add_leaf(const int q, const int parent)

add the qubit q as a leaf, with parent as its parent

inline int trim_branch(int q)

try to delete the qubit q from this chain, and keep deleting until no more qubits are free to be deleted.

return the first ancestor which cannot be deleted

inline int trim_leaf(int q)

try to delete the qubit q from this chain.

if q cannot be deleted, return it; otherwise return its parent

inline int parent(const int q) const

the parent of q in this chain which might be q but otherwise cycles should be impossible

inline void adopt(const int p, const int q)

assign p to be the parent of q, on condition that both p and q are contained in this, q is its own parent, and q is not the root

inline int refcount(const int q) const

return the number of references that this makes to the qubit q where a “reference” is an occurrence of q as a parent or an occurrence of q as a linking qubit / root

inline size_t freeze(vector<chain> &others, frozen_chain &keep)

store this chain into a frozen_chain, unlink all chains from this, and clear()

inline void thaw(vector<chain> &others, frozen_chain &keep)

restore a frozen_chain into this, re-establishing links from other chains.

precondition: this is empty.

template<typename embedding_problem_t>
inline void steal(chain &other, embedding_problem_t &ep, int chainsize = 0)

assumes this and other have links for eachother’s labels steals all qubits from other which are available to be taken by this; starting with the qubit links and updating qubit links after all

link this chain to another, following the path q, parent[q], parent[parent[q]], …

from this to other and intermediate nodes (all but the last) into this (preconditions: this and other are not linked, q is contained in this, and the parent-path is eventually contained in other)

inline iterator begin() const

iterator pointing to the first qubit in this chain

inline iterator end() const

iterator pointing to the end of this chain

inline void diagnostic()

run the diagnostic, and if it fails, report the failure to the user and throw a CorruptEmbeddingException.

the last_op argument is used in the error message

inline int run_diagnostic() const

run the diagnostic and return a nonzero status r in case of failure if(r&1), then the parent of a qubit is not contained in this chain if(r&2), then there is a refcounting error in this chain

class iterator