Questions tagged [cirq]

A python framework for creating, editing, and invoking Noisy Intermediate Scale Quantum (NISQ) circuits. It is a Python library for writing, manipulating, and optimizing quantum circuits and running them against quantum computers and simulators.

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Why are these circuits not producing the expected output?

This circuit was created on the Quirk platform. I'm trying to implement a basic case of phase estimation. For some reason, I'm getting this strange result. When the Inverse QFT is broken down, it ...
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Do these outputs seem normal for the order finding algorithm?

I'm sorry for posting so many questions about this specific problem, but I just want to make sure that I am implementing an algorithm correctly. I am simulating the order finding algorithm (finding ...
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Is this the correct quantum circuit for the order-finding algorithm?

The algorithm is being implemented on Cirq, with the goal of finding the smallest $r$ for cooprime numbers $x$ and $N$ satisfying the equation $x^r \ = \ 1($mod $N)$. I have set $x \ = \ 2$ and $N \ = ...
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Why is this implementation of the order finding algorithm not working?

I asked a question about this earlier, but I am still coming across problems in my algorithm implementation. I am trying to implement the order finding algorithm on Cirq finding the minimal positive $...
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Would this quantum algorithm implementation work?

I am trying to implement the order finding algorithm on Cirq finding the minimal positive $r$ for coprime $x$ and $N$ satisfying the equation $x^r \ = \ 1$(mod$ \ N$). In my case, I have set $x \ = \ ...
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Is it possible to create controlled gates with an exponent in Cirq?

Is it possible to create controlled gates with an exponent in Cirq? For example, a controlled $\sqrt Z$ gate.
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How do I create my own unitary matrices that I can apply to a circuit in Cirq?

I am trying to simulate Deutsch's algorithm, and I need to apply the oracle function matrix to my circuit.
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List of qubit locations with cirq

As far I understand, qubits in cirq are labelled by their positions on chip. For example print( cirq.google.Foxtail.qubits ) yields ...
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What are physically allowed CNOTs for Rigetti's 19 qubit chip and Google's 72 qubit BristleCone chip?

For each IBM quantum chip, one can write a dictionary mapping each control qubit j to a list of its physically allowed targets, assuming j is the control of a CNOT. For example, ...

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