Anders and Briegel in Python
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README.md

abp 0.6.3

Python port of Anders and Briegel’ s method for fast simulation of Clifford circuits.

Usage

import abp
from abp.util import xyz
g = abp.GraphState()
g.add_qubit("alice", position=xyz(0, 0, 0))
g.add_qubit("bob", position=xyz(0, 0, 0))
g.act_hadamard("alice")
g.act_hadamard("bob")
g.act_cz("alice", "bob")
g.push() # Sends for visualization

Demo

Demo video

Installation

Install from source

$ git clone http://gitlab.psiquantum.lan/pete/abp
$ cd abp
$ virtualenv env
$ source env/bin/activate
$ python setup.py develop 

Documentation

You can read the full documentation here. You can also build it locally using Sphinx with make doc.

To install Sphinx on OSX, use pip install sphinx. If after doing so make doc still does not work, some OSX users may also need to install sphinxcontrib-napoleon by running pip install sphinxcontrib-napoleon.