Quantum Processes: A Novel Optimization for Quantum Simulation

Adriano Maron, Renata Reiser, Maurício Pilla, Adenauer Yamin

Abstract


The simulation of quantum algorithms in classic computers is a task which requires high processing and storing capabilities, limiting the size of quantum systems supported by the simulators. However, optimizations for reduction of temporal and spatial complexities are promising and expanding the capabilities of some simulators. The main contribution of this work consists in designing optimizations by the description of quantum transformations using Quantum Processes and Partial Quantum Processes conceived in the qGM theoretical model. These processes, when computed on the VPE-qGM execution environment, result in lower execution time and better performance, allowing the simulation of more complex quantum algorithms. The performance evaluation of this proposal was carried out by benchmarks used in similar works and included the sequential simulation of quantum algorithms up to 24 qubits. The results show a great improvement when compared to the previous version of the environment and indicate possibilities of advances in this research.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5540/tema.2013.014.03.0399

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