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README.md

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Resources for GIDS Architecture Quantum Computing Workshop:

Title: Quantum Computing Workshop for Classical Developers

Presenter: James Weaver

IBM Quantum Experience (where you'll create a quantum game)

Quantum Game Challenge (Build a quantum 8-ball)

  1. Optional but recommended if you're new to Qiskit:
  1. In the IBM Quantum Experience Circuit Composer, create a three-wire circuit whose measurements are randomly distributed among 000 - 111.
    • View the Statevector and Measurement Probabilities from the Visualizations tab (bar graph image) on the left side of the page.
    • Observe the results when running your circuit on a backend quantum system or simulator. The shortest queues are typically with the 32 qubit simulator ibmq_qasm_simulator in ibm-q/open/main
  2. Create the circuit using Python and Qiskit in an IBM Quantum Experience Jupyter notebook.
  3. If you have time:
    • Rather than using a simulator, use the from_instruction() and sample_counts() methods of the qiskit.quantum_info.Statevector class. Your circuit should not have measure operations.
    • Expand the circuit to four or five wires.
    • Add various single and multi-qubit gates to the circuit (in the Circuit Composer first if you'd like) and observe their effects on the measurement probabilities and results.

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