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I have an example with 6 qubits for names and 6 for telephones. I encoded their relation like this:

(ControlledOnInt(1, SetRegisterToInt(6, _)))(rnames, rtels);
(ControlledOnInt(3, SetRegisterToInt(2, _)))(rnames, rtels);

So there are only 2 registers states(tel->name) in a BD with 64 possible states.

When I ask the BD for a name from a telephone it works ok, 6 => 2 and 2 => 3 because only in these 2 values (6 and 2) the marked qbit entangled with telephones is One.

So the important part is the oracle made with ControlledOnInt, and I need to know how does it, because I have my own Grovers in c++ and I want to know the details to make it, and also to learn what gates it uses and how it multiply the matrices.

Thanks

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  • $\begingroup$ I mean what I need to know is which gates are used to transfrom telephone 6 in name 2 and T 2 in name 6 that are valid for both?. I supoposse there will be a comparation first to know if T is 2 or 6 and later convert their bits with CNOT? $\endgroup$ – Luis ALberto Jul 5 at 12:57
  • $\begingroup$ The questions seem very broad. Are you asking about your implementation of Grover's applied to a $6$-qubit database of names/telephone numbers? What is a BD? What do you mean by 6=>2 and 2=>3? "I have my own Grovers in c++ and I want to know the details to make it" - so did you implement Grover's algorithm, or not? "And also to learn what gate it uses" - gates for Grover's algorithm? Or your implementation? "how it multiple the matrices" - how what multiplies which matrices? $\endgroup$ – Mark S Jul 5 at 13:51
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ControlledOnInt is a library function which applies a specified operation (in this case SetRegisterToInt) to the target register only if the control register is in a state that encodes the given integer. Internally it does the following:

  • convert the given integer to an array of bits (in little-endian format I think);
  • applies X gate to each qubit that corresponds to a 0 bit in the notation of the integer;
  • applies normally controlled version of the operation (apply operation if all control qubits are in $|1\rangle$ state) to the control and target registers;
  • and applies X gate to each qubit that that corresponds to a 0 bit in the notation of the integer again to return control register to its starting state.
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  • $\begingroup$ To quickly follow up on Mariia's answer, you can see the source code for ControlledOnInt at github.com/microsoft/QuantumLibraries/blob/…. Essentially, ControlledOnInt uses Q#'s partial application feature together with ControlledOnBitString to implement the steps that Mariia described above. $\endgroup$ – Chris Granade Jul 5 at 17:44
  • $\begingroup$ Thanks, yes I made my own Grovers, but to be usefull needs to entangled 2 registers. What I dont know is which gates uses in the control register to know it is name 1 or 3 . I mean this is an if () with six &&. I saw this circuit i.stack.imgur.com/SiKmS.png with control and anticontrol dots. So which gates are these how to express this in quantum way? $\endgroup$ – Luis ALberto Jul 6 at 19:40
  • $\begingroup$ Anyway, because the entaglement that contains the BD looks like it have to be hardware encoded with gates in the circuit, this means that for each BD u need a specific hardware. So maybe the is a initial state (not Hadamard) that maps the searched number with a unique number(state), so this circuit could be used with any BD. Or at least that it could map a lot of numbers $\endgroup$ – Luis ALberto Jul 6 at 20:02

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