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Beginners Guide to Quantum Computing

This might not be a relevant question here, but if I may, what are the resources you would recommend like books, online courses and yt channels I should start following up on? Also the basics I would ...
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What are some good additional resources when taking IBM Qiskit course?

I am a undergrad comp sci major. I have committed myself to a neuroscience PhD, hopefully computational neuro. However, I recently came across quantum computing, and see that lots of resources are ...
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Resource for geometric representation of quantum channels

I was wondering if anyone knows about any good resources on representing unital/quantum channels by using rotations/pauli matrices. It is mentioned in Nielsen&Chuang on p774, but i feel it is ...
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Most relevant conference for Quantum Computing

I will have to supervise a PhD on Quantum Computing for Optimization problems. In this respect, I would like to attend to a conference on Quantum Computing, so as to get a clear view of the most ...
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How to physically implement a CNOT gate with a photon and a cold atom?

If I have qubits in the same platform (superconducting, photon or cold atoms), the implementation of CNOT gates is relatively well-known. However, if I have a photon and a cold atom, how am I supposed ...
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Graph coloring optimization with quantum computing

I'm a computer science student at the University of Geneva, currently working on my bachelor thesis. My project involves conducting a significant optimization task on graph coloring using quantum ...
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Can I use cloud quantum computing now to solve perturbation theory equations?

I am a physics student and I understand C++ programming. I would like to try quantum cloud computing for my master's thesis. Can I write an algorithm or software code and apply it to quantum ...
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What is an introductory book or resource for qiskit?

I am a complete beginner to qiskit, I know some stuff about quantum computing (I read a book on quantum computing by David McMahon), so now I want to learn to use qiskit, I tried to follow the recent ...
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List of references for quantum algorithms for optimization problems

I have to perform a bibliography review on all quantum algorithms available for mainly optimization problems, whether or not they can run now (NISQ) or at FTQC era. This review includes "pure&...
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How to learn about quantum computing and qiskit

I am an undergraduate in Electrical engineering, I have taken one course on quantum mechanics but nothing related to quantum information or algorithms or quantum computing. I looked up some courses ...
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On the genesis of 'APPROX-QCIRCUIT-PROB': a (promise) BQP-complete problem

Wikipedia mentions APPROX-QCIRCUIT-PROB (AQP) as a (promise) BQP-complete problem. It seems convincing that it is a complete problem for BQP. The lecture notes of Prof. Henry Yuen mention it too, here....
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Is there an up-to-date programming reference for qiskit?

Every example of code for qiskit that I've seen has one or more commands that don't work out of the box. Even the way to verify that qiskit is installed from qiskit.org failed. I've managed to either ...
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Fault-tolerant syndrome extraction

My question concerns fault-tolerant measurement of the syndrome of an quantum error-correcting code. Somewhat recently, Chao and Riechardt, in https://arxiv.org/abs/1705.02329, proposed a method ...
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Quantum error correction references

I would like to understand more about QEC, such as surface codes, error codes, and qLDPC codes. For quantum algorithms beyond the Nielsen and Chuang book the lecture notes by Andrew Childs are a very ...
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Non-linear quantum mechanics and NP-complete problems

Thanks to user Cuhrazatee (comments to my other question here) I came accross article Nonlinear quantum mechanics implies polynomial-time solution for NP-complete and #P problems by D. Abrams and S. ...
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Can quantum computers help to solve questions of general relativity theory?

My question is rather straightforward: Can quantum computers be used to solve problem within general relativity theory? To put more context. As GR is based on solution of rather complicated systems of ...
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Clifford group without the phase gate

The Clifford group is generated by the Hadamard gate $H$, the phase gate $S=\sqrt{Z}$, and the $\text{CNOT}$ gate. I was wondering what happens if we dropped $S$, so that all matrices are real. I ...
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Where to find the Grover's algorithm for Qiskit 1.0.2?

Can anyone please provide me with the latest version of qiskit 1.0.2 Grover's algorithm, as the earlier version is throwing an error.
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How does one perform an $S$ gate on a surface code patch using lattice surgery?

I'm attempting to understand how to perform universal quantum computation via lattice surgery. I'm struggling to find any resources for $S$ gates with lattice surgery. I would greatly appreciate an ...
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Resources for understanding non-unitary channels and operators

I need some resources to understand non-unitary channels and operators in depth in order to simulate non-unitary channels instead of unitary ones in some problems. I would appreciate any guidance or ...
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Prereqs for learning Variational Quantum Eigensolver (VQE)

I am trying to learn Variational Quantum Eigensolver algorithm(s) for a class. However, I am struggling because I don't understand any of the problems we are trying to solve. I want to know what I ...
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Python package for quantum computations based on symbolic variables

I am searching for a quantum package in Python that can enable me to calculate, for example, a density matrix symbolically and display the results in variable form rather than numerically. I am aware ...
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Stabilizer codes with no "pure" stabilizers

For all stabilizer codes, we can represent its stabilizer generators using a standard form $$ H = \left(\begin{array}{ccc|ccc} I & A_1 & A_2 & B & 0 & C \\ 0 & 0 & 0 &...
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Procedures for fault-tolerant nondestructive logical measurements

Definition 2 on page 20 in Daniel Gottesman's An Introduction to Quantum Error Correction and Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computation states that a nondestructive logical measurement procedure is fault ...
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Are concurrence $C$ and purity of reduced state $p$ related by $C^2\le 4p(1-p)$?

Asking this question to an AI, I got the result that the relation between concurrence and purity of a single qubit in a mixed bipartite state, as follows: $$C^2 \le 4p(1-p)\,, $$ Where $C$ is ...
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How do I (MSc in quantum physics) start acquiring quantum programming/simulation skills?

I have finished my Masters in quantum physics, but have always omitted all this programming stuff within my studies. Now, looking for jobs, I realize that this was a mistake since most of the jobs ...
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Resources on quantum machine learning for beginners

I am a first year PhD Physics student, working on quantum information theory. I am planning to learn machine learning and in particular quantum machine learning. I do not have any prior exposure to ...
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How is involution defined for qudit gates?

A gate is involutory if $G^{2}=I$. This is true for all Pauli gates. Does the definition change if it is a gate for qutrits and beyond? Is there a good article for this?
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Resources on the energy consumption of IBM quantum computers?

I am seeking information regarding the energy consumption of IBM Quantum Computers, specifically inquiring about the energy requirements associated with individual gate operations. Could you also ...
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Is a multipartite state entangled if and only its reduced states are mixed?

In general, a bipartite pure state $ρ$ is entangled if and only if its reduced states are mixed rather than pure. Is this statement generalized to multipartite states? Is there any resource about that?...
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Implementing error correction (from physical qubit point of view)

I have worked with physical qubits, and I am fairly familiar with gates and sequences from initialisation to readout. I don't know much about error correction, and I love to learn how error correction ...
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Are there sources of noise in qubits for which the fundamental origin is unknown?

I am looking for examples of sources of noise in qubits for which the fundamental origin is unknown. I.e. we see experimentally that the qubits are noisy, but we do not really understand why they are &...
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Are there resources to learn about quantum optics that focus on math and/or are addressed to those familiar with the qubit formalism?

Most of my knowledge in the field of Quantum Information comes from the lectures I've had as an MSc Student and from Nielsen and Chuang's textbook. Both of these focused on the "qubit" ...
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Open Source Quantum Algorithm Development projects

Is there a platform where people contribute together to solving tasks in the area of quantum algorithm development?
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Quantum Encryption Schemes

With the introduction of quantum computing and realizing it capabilities through Shor's algorithm and other advancements, cryptographers shifted their focus on post-quantum cryptography, where they ...
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Construction of 3D Toric Code

I am currently trying to find a mathematically elegant way to describe the construction of a 3D toric code. Since most literature is on 2D toric codes I was looking there for potential clues on how to ...
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Explicit examples of non-stabilizer (non-additive) quantum codes with recovery procedure

I am looking for resources that give an explicit example of a non-stabilizer code along with an explicit recovery procedure, i.e., syndrome measurement followed by correction operation for that code. ...
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Who is currently working on coherent Ising machines (classical analog devices)?

Can you share some papers on that subject? Review papers would be highly appreciated. What are limitations in terms of connectivity between different spins?
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Decoding algorithms for qLDPC codes

Is there any open source decoding algorithm implementation for qLDPC codes under circuit-based noise model? From the paper arXiv:2308.07915, I know that it is possible to adapt BP-OSD to circuit-based ...
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Quantum circuits with only $\{CNOT, H\}$

The Clifford circuit contains $\{CNOT, H, S\}$. I wonder, is there any paper that studied the quantum circuit only with $\{CNOT, H\}$? What's the name of this gate set?
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Generalization of representing SU(2) as quaternions

I am familiar with the isomorphism between $SU(2)$ and the unit quaternions, and the group homomorphism from them to $SO(3)$. I am interested in knowing if there is a generalization for $SU(2^n)$. My ...
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I would like to know the textbook/paper on hamiltonian for rf-SQUID

I am a graduate student in the Department of Computer Engineering, and I am currently doing research on superconducting quantum computers. In particular, I am focusing on quantum annealing machines ...
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Resources to study superconducting quantum hardware for beginners

I want to start studying quantum hardware, in particular I'm interested on superconducting qubit. Are there any valid resources for a beginner (notes, lecture...)? I'm an electronic engineer and I ...
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Derivation of energy gap formula for adiabatic Grover algorithm

I am having a difficulty in finding the full derivation for local search energy gap, as described in In the adiabatic version of Grover's algorithm, how is the Hamiltonian constructed?. I looked ...
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Recent references establishing connections between stabilizer error correction and entanglement distillation procedures

I know some concrete entanglement distillation protocols (from this review). I also know there are connections between error-correction codes and entanglement distillation (again this review but also ...
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How to combine measurement of each term in Hamiltonian $H = aH_1 + bH_2$ to get final results?

I have a Hamiltonian $$H = aH_1 + bH_2\,,\tag{1}$$ with $a$ and $b$ being coefficients, and I want to apply each term/evolution separately, then recombine the measurement results to get the result for ...
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What is the relation between maximally entangled and maximally mixed?

In Wikipedia I read the following: "A multipartite state ${\displaystyle |\psi \rangle }$ of a system is called absolutely maximally entangled if for any bipartition ${\displaystyle A|B} $ of ${...
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Quantum algorithm for AES?

We all know about Shor's algorithm to attack RSA but what is the state of the art for attacking symetric algorithm such as AES today with quantum computers ? What are the most promising papers on this ...
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Do solutions to the exercises in Preskill's lecture notes exist anywhere?

I'm teaching myself quantum computing and would like to know if solutions to the exercises in Preskill's lecture notes exist anywhere. It's quite hard to see if my approach is correct because I don't ...
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Why EfficientSU2 in QGAN

In Qiskit's QGAN example, the parameterised quantum circuit to be trained is the EfficientSU2. I have not found any citation there on the choice of this circuit, and the only justification is that it ...
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