Hi, I’m Jeff Booth
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Category Archives: Quantum Compiler Research
You can get the paper here. You can download the LaTeX source and figures here.
Feedback from the Microsoft Presentation I gave a presentation at Microsoft QuArC a few weeks ago; visit my previous post for details and slides. Group member Alex Bocharov encouraged me to focus on demonstrating the value of the MITM optimization. The whole group … Continue reading
Some Bad News… Last week, my laptop died — which caused me to lose a little bit of my work. Also, I had to finish a major project over this last weekend. Thus, my progress has been somewhat stunted. However, … Continue reading
This week, I implemented the sequence multiplier, a module that multiplies a sequence of 2×2 matrices together and provides the result. Implementing this module involved: Completing and testing the gate table module from last week, which provides the matrix for … Continue reading
(Sorry, no comic this time. Maybe later…) Last week, I had a lot going on in other classes. I didn’t have much time to work on this project until Wednesday, so I only managed to do a little more design … Continue reading
This quarter, I’m working on an algorithm described in a paper by Austin Fowler. This algorithm finds optimal sequences of quantum gates that approximate some arbitrary single-qubit quantum gate. I didn’t do a whole lot this week, but I think I’ve built up a lot of momentum! Continue reading