[<AbstractClassAttribute>] [<SealedAttribute>] type Tests = class end
Thetype exposes the following members.
Runs an entanglement test for state vectors from 16 to 22 qubits in size.
Runs a simple quantum chemistry simulation. This is the same as the
Runs a quantum chemistry simulation. See the Users Manual for more information.
Test various permutations for correctness using teleport
Validates that LAPACK is properly installed.
Runs a simple gate sequence that entangles all the qubits in the state vector.
Runs a simple gate sequence that entangles all the qubits in the state vector. The sequence is run three different ways to demonstrate the difference in timings.
Runs 100 entanglement tests on 16 qubits to show the statistics on the bits measured.
Demonstrates a couple of simple entanglement entropy calculations.
Renders a small EPR circuit that entangles two qubits.
Simulates a ferromagnetic chain using a first-quantized Hamiltonian.
Demonstrates and tests various ways of implementing CNOT from joint measurements and single-qubit Clifford gates.
Show how to add noise to Teleport with Kraus operators
Demonstrates the use of a complex noise model with error correction. See the Users Manual for more information.
Demonstrates a complex noise model. See the Users Manual for more information.
Demonstrates some examples of error correction and stabilizer simulation. See the Users Manual for details.
Benchmarks the Quantum Fourier Transform at the heart of the Shor algorithm.
Demonstrates the Quantum Linear Algebra algorithm from Harrow, Hassidim, and Lloyd. See the Users Manual for more information.
Demonstrates the Quantum Associative Memory algorithm from Ventura and Martinez. See the Users Manual for more information.
Demonstrates the Quantum PageRank algorithm from Paparo and Martin-Delgado. See the Users Manual for more information.
Solves for the (3,3) Ramsey number. See this paper for details.
Simulates a spin glass using a first-quantized Hamiltonian.
Runs the classic Shor factoring algorithm.
Validates that the Steane 7 code is correct. See Steane7.Test1 for more details.
Renders and runs the classic quantum teleportation algorithm.
Solves the traveling salesman problem.
Renders and dumps test circuits in a variety of formats and detail levels.