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Questions tagged [ibmq]

IBM Q is an initiative to build universal quantum computers for business and science. IBM Q quantum devices are accessed using Qiskit, a modular, open-source programming framework. For more details see: https://www.research.ibm.com/ibm-q/. For questions about their cloud-based service i.e. IBM Q Experience, please use the [ibm-q-experience] tag instead.

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Experiment runtime on IBMQ

I have been trying to get the runtime of my experiment on IBM's quantum computer. I am using the classic stuff, i.e ...
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Graphing the decoherence of qubits being used to perform an algorithm

How would I be able to graph the decoherence of qubits being used to perform an algorithm? I'm working with the IBMQ Qiskit framework and I'm trying to write a program that allows me to find the ...
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How many physical qubits are used when I run a program on a IBM Q computer?

How do I find out how many physical-qubits I'm using when I run my program in an IBM Q backend quantum computing system?
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What is maximum circuit depth and size IBM Q5 and Q16 could handle?

I'm trying to implement a couple of algorithms on ibmq_16_melbourne, so I need to know if this device is able to handle with depth and size of my current circuit or ...
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Current limits on Grover search space

I was wondering why till date Grover search has been implemented only till 3 qubits (corresponding to size of database = 8). Refer this paper The reason why I ask is that we have much larger sized ...
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Can “experimental data from a quantum computer” be used to test separability probability conjectures?

An article entitled "Experimental data from a quantum computer verifies the generalize Pauli exclusion principle" by Scott E. Smart, David I. Schuster, and David A. Mazziotti has just appeared In the ...
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D-Wave systems and IBM Q System One

What is the difference between the D-Wave systems and the newly-born IBM Q System One?
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How to explain in layman’s terms the significance of the difference of qubits of the D-Wave and IBM QX?

So, @AndrewO mentioned recently that he has had 'encounters' with people wondering why D-Wave has a lot more qubits than IBM. Of course, this comparison is faulty, since the IBM and D-Wave's machine ...