Questions tagged [projectq]
ProjectQ is an open source software framework for quantum computing, interfacing python with various back-end simulators and quantum processors
projectq code hangs with only 8 qibts
I have written a simple projectq code with 8qbits in order to perform full addition but it gets stuck somewhere between without generating any error message. It worked fine for 4 qbits. ...
Mapping a classical cipher into quantum implementation of Grover Oracle
I am translating simple ciphers into quantum implementation in order to create oracle for Grover algorithm. I have started the task with a light weight SPECK cipher (got both classical and quantum ...
Grover Attack on Symmetric Algorithm - maximum possible keyspace
I am working on Grover and learning how can I attack symmetric algorithms using its brute-force technique. I have gone through some sample codes which have applied Grover to 8-bit key space (with ...
What techniques can be used in order to debug a quantum program
I am programming in IBM tools like Qiskit and ProjectQ but have not found any examples/tutorials to debug a quantum program. I ...
The difference between the unitary matrix in ProjectQ and Qiskit
Why are not the same unitary matrices in ProjectQ and Qiskit in the following codes: ProjectQ: ...
Bloch sphere visualization using Cirq, ProjectQ, PyQuil
Is there a way to visualize the Bloch sphere using Cirq, ProjectQ, and/or PyQuil, as it is possible using plot_bloch_vector in Qiskit?
How to read the unitary matrix of a quantum circuit in ProjectQ?
I would like to read the unitary matrix of a quantum circuit in ProjectQ. Is there any way to do it?
How to integrate Simulaqron on ProjectQ
I am trying to simulate quantum teleportation on ProjectQ using simulaqron (enabling me to use quantum internet for teleportation) however I am not sure if my approach is right. In the working paper ...
Implement a circuit as a matrix in ProjectQ
Suppose a have a circuit coded up in ProjectQ, suppose also it is that large to be hard enough to write it down as a unitary matrix by hands (e.g. order-finding, which is rather standard, but turns ...