I'm using a research account and I have a question about running circuits with (dedicated/priority mode) and without reservation (fair-share mode). From the documentation of dedicated mode,

This (The dedicated mode) allows users to implement algorithms where input circuits are conditioned on previous results, such as iterative and near-time compute methods, without having to wait for other users’ results to process.

My quantum circuits involve mid-circuit measurements without resetting the qubit after it is measured each time, so each measurement is (kind of) dependent on the previous results. I wonder if I run them using the fair-share mode (without reservation), will that still give me the results I'm supposed to have from the dedicated mode? I have run some experiments and it looks like there aren't too many differences, but I'm not sure if there should or should not be. Thanks!

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    $\begingroup$ There should be no difference. $\endgroup$ Jul 12 at 23:21
  • $\begingroup$ @Paul Nation Thank you! $\endgroup$
    – ZR-
    Jul 19 at 23:33

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