QSim: Quantum Computer Simulator Toolkit
Playground for anyone passionate to learn or experiment in quantum computing, be it students, faculty or researchers.
Simulate quantum circuits
Dynamic simulation of quantum circuits with custom parameters.
Realistic simulator considering effects of noise
Intuitive UI/UX helps users to conceptualize and create quantum programs
Download Qiskit Aakash. The repository contains detailed examples explaining the various features of the simulator. The easiest way is to load the repository into the Binder Image and use Jupyter notebook.
The details about the implementation of the density matrix simulator have been explained in arxiv paper 1908.05154
Introduction Quantum Computer has many advantages over classical computers. Moreover, one crucial problem many applications face is searching for a large dataset. This problem becomes substantial when we have an unstructured dataset. Grover’s algorithm shows the...
The Qiskit Textbook is a free digital open source textbook that will teach the concepts of quantum computing while you learn to use Qiskit. Click here to read the complete Textbook.
This video series starts at learning how to install Qiskit locally, understanding what gates to do quantum states and explores quantum algorithms and the latest research topics.
An introduction to the world of quantum computing, with an exploration of some of the key quantum algorithms and their implementations, as well as the quantum hardware that is designed to run these algorithms. Learn more about Qiskit.
A geometric understanding of matrices, determinants, eigen-stuffs and more.
Qiskit Aakash is a density matrix-based software simulator developed by the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru. The links provided on this page aim to explain how to use the new simulator ('dm_simulator') that has been added to existing Qiskit backends....
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