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In May 2018, we are organizing the 48th IEEE International Symposium on Multiple-Valued Logic in Linz. Find out more at this page!

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Johannes Kepler University Linz
Integrated Circuit and System Design
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Robert Wille
Altenberger Straße 69 | SCP3 0405
4040 Linz | Austria
robert.wille@jku.at
Tel: +43 732 2468 4739

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Quantum Simulation

Please note that this is a preliminary webpage. We will add more detailed descriptions and documentations soon.

Quantum computation is a promising emerging technology which, compared to classical computation, allows for substantial speed-ups e.g. for integer factorization or database search. However, since physical realizations of quantum computers are in their infancy, a significant amount of research in this domain still relies on simulations of quantum computations on classical machines. This causes a significant complexity which current state-of-the-art simulators tackle by applying massive hardware power. Here, we present the implementation of an alternative quantum simulator which works differently to the state-of-the-art and is capable of simulating quantum computations with more qubits than before, and in significantly less run-time.

The implementation (including a README with instructions as well as corresponding test-files) can be downloaded by clicking on this link (65.3 KB).

Details of the approach are summarized in the pre-print entitled "Advanced Simulation of Quantum Computations: Compact Representation Rather than Hardware Power".

In case of questions/problems, please contact us through alwin.zulehner(/\t)jku.at and robert.wille(/\t)jku.at.