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You can't. The quantum volume is supposed to be an average measure of the quality of the quantum computer - it doesn't tell you anything on how good it will perform on solving a certain problem. (It is even questionable whether it is telling you anything meaningful, see also Is the "Quantum Volume" a fair metric for future, elaborate, high value ...


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At the moment this is not possible, however in the near future it will be possible for the case of tridiagonal symmetric Toeplitz matrices. The reason for this being that qiskit does not support QRAM or "black-box" access to the matrix elements, so to be able to partly specify the matrix one would need to develop specific methods that work with ...


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