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Lomont, C. (2004) The Hidden Subgroup Problem—Review and Open Problems.

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  • TITLE: Interactive Quantum Development Environment (IQDE)

    AUTHORS: Nikolay Raychev

    KEYWORDS: Quantum Operators, Phase Space, Quantum Circuit

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Quantum Information Science, Vol.6 No.2, June 29, 2016

    ABSTRACT: This report presents a second version of the Interactive Quantum Development Environment (IQDE), virtualized parallel simulation platform for optimized testing of quantum software. IQDE is an interactive quantum simulator intended for implementation of a classical computer that can simulate numerous controlled and time-dependent operations. The research presents different relations between the operations that can be typically simulated. The virtualized simulation platform carries out numerous single-node and multi-node optimizations, including vectorization, parallelization, cache sharing, as well as overlapping of the computations with the communication. A common strategy for modeling for shared memory is implemented, as well as realistic parallel simulation with cluster management of the parallelization. А detailed analysis of the implementation is performed in order to be demonstrated that the simulator achieves good operation and high efficiency of the hardware, which is only limited by the available memory and the bandwidth of the machine.