dlyongemallo
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What is $\vert 0 \rangle \otimes \vert + \rangle$?
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It appears to me that the algassert output actually agrees with your (correct) math, and that you're simply misreading it. If you read the "Final amplitudes" left to right, it says that you have $50\%$...

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Implementing four oracles for the Deutsch Algorithm (preferably on IBM Q Experience)
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I think this snippet from Cirq's Deutsch's algorithm example (disclosure: I am its author) should be fairly easy to understand: def make_oracle(q0, q1, secret_function): """ Gates implementing ...

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How can I check if the following are possible states of a qubit?
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You asked "What is wrong in my calculation?" My guess is that your mistake is in forgetting that $\langle \psi | = \cos{\theta}\langle 0| - i \sin{\theta}\langle 1|$ instead of $\cos{\theta}\langle ...

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How to realize this quantum error correction circuit on real hardware?
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AFAIK, this is impossible on IBM's current hardware. See this github issue: https://github.com/Qiskit/qiskit-textbook/issues/119

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How to implement if statement based on measurement results in qiskit?
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AFAIK, what you want can't be run on the hardware right now. See this github issue. However, you can do this in the simulators. If, for example, c[0] and c[1] make up a two-bit classical register c, ...

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Help me understand this warning while running qiskit command IBMQ.load_account()
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This is just a warning to let you know that the API has changed for the backend configurations such as PulseBackendConfiguration. The dt (qubit drive channel timestep) and dtm (measurement drive ...

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Why are superconducting qubits the most popular approach to build a quantum computer?
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By coincidence, this article just came out on Ars Technica which might answer some of your questions. (This is not an endorsement of everything written in that article. But the author basically asked, ...

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