A High Performance Quantum Computer Simulator (Using OpenCL and Python)
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README.md

QCGPU

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Open Source, High Performance & Hardware Accelerated, Quantum Computer Simulator. Read the research paper.

Features:

  • Written with OpenCL. Accelerated your simulations with GPUs and other accelerators, while still running cross device and cross platform.
  • Simulation of arbitrary quantum circuits
  • Includes example algorithm implementations
  • Support for arbitrary gate creation/application, with many built in.

Installing

This library is distributed on PyPI and can be installed using pip:

$ pip install qcgpu

For more information read the full installing docs.