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Hi, very interesting, as a student of QM, computation and the Wolfram Language this is pretty exciting. However, Im really new to the language, how can I use these functions?
Hi JM Jones,
The functions described in the post above (applyQ, matrixBuild, circuitQ, projection, etc.) are not part of the current Wolfram Language or Mathematica release. These functions are part of a larger project that is still in development, and will hopefully be available for public use in future versions of the Wolfram Language.
@Aaron Tohuvavohu Nice post, would you mid posting your code/package for applyQ and other functions in your project?
There is also this interesting 2017 effort by @Jacob Marks:
Implementing a Quantum Computing Framework for Mathematica