QX Quantum Computer Simulator
Large number of qubits
Simulating quantum states requires a lot of memory. On the Surf Lisa HPC cluster up to 34 qubits can be simulated using 6 TeraBytes of memory.
QX emulator is a state of the art simulator written in C++ and using OpenMP for multi-core, multi node simulations. Depending on the type of user account job durations could be maximized to 30 minutes compute time.
QX is an open source project developed at the Quantum Engineering lab at TU Delft under Apache2.0 license. Feel free to contribute!
“In this age of quantum chips with low numbers of noisy qubits, powerful emulators are essential to test use cases but also to set requirements for system developments.”
Simulating quantum circuits
Gate set and operations
Noisy quantum systems
Contributing to QX
Emulator back-end types
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QX - Emulator backend
QX is our emulator backend for fast and powerfull emulaton of quantum algorithms. We are in the process of upgrading our QX emulator, providing you with different paradigms for simulating quantum circuits, using a larger set of error models and a wider range of functionality to get the most out of your simulations. Contact us if you want to contribute to this.
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