# Quellcode für qiskit.aqua.operators.converters.pauli_basis_change

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""" PauliBasisChange Class """
from typing import Optional, Callable, Union, Tuple, cast
import logging
from functools import partial, reduce
import numpy as np
from qiskit.quantum_info import Pauli
from qiskit import QuantumCircuit
from ..operator_base import OperatorBase
from ..primitive_ops.primitive_op import PrimitiveOp
from ..primitive_ops.pauli_op import PauliOp
from ..primitive_ops.circuit_op import CircuitOp
from ..list_ops.list_op import ListOp
from ..list_ops.composed_op import ComposedOp
from ..state_fns.state_fn import StateFn
from ..operator_globals import H, S, I
from .converter_base import ConverterBase
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)
[Doku]class PauliBasisChange(ConverterBase):
r"""
Converter for changing Paulis into other bases. By default, the diagonal basis
composed only of Pauli {Z, I}^n is used as the destination basis to which to convert.
Meaning, if a Pauli containing X or Y terms is passed in, which cannot be
sampled or evolved natively on some Quantum hardware, the Pauli can be replaced by a
composition of a change of basis circuit and a Pauli composed of only Z
and I terms (diagonal), which can be evolved or sampled natively on the Quantum
hardware.
The replacement function determines how the ``PauliOps`` should be replaced by their computed
change-of-basis ``CircuitOps`` and destination ``PauliOps``. Several convenient out-of-the-box
replacement functions have been added as static methods, such as ``measurement_replacement_fn``.
This class uses the typical basis change method found in most Quantum Computing textbooks
(such as on page 210 of Nielsen and Chuang's, "Quantum Computation and Quantum Information",
ISBN: 978-1-107-00217-3), which involves diagonalizing the single-qubit Paulis with H and S†
gates, mapping the eigenvectors of the diagonalized origin Pauli to the diagonalized
destination Pauli using CNOTS, and then de-diagonalizing any single qubit Paulis to their
non-diagonal destination values. Many other methods are possible, as well as variations on
this method, such as the placement of the CNOT chains.
"""
[Doku] def __init__(self,
destination_basis: Optional[Union[Pauli, PauliOp]] = None,
traverse: bool = True,
replacement_fn: Optional[Callable] = None) -> None:
"""
Args:
destination_basis: The Pauli into the basis of which the operators
will be converted. If None is specified, the destination basis will be the
diagonal ({I, Z}^n) basis requiring only single qubit rotations.
traverse: If true and the operator passed into convert contains sub-Operators,
such as ListOp, traverse the Operator and apply the conversion to every
applicable sub-operator within it.
replacement_fn: A function specifying what to do with the basis-change
``CircuitOp`` and destination ``PauliOp`` when converting an Operator and
replacing converted values. By default, this will be
1) For StateFns (or Measurements): replacing the StateFn with
ComposedOp(StateFn(d), c) where c is the conversion circuit and d is the
destination Pauli, so the overall beginning and ending operators are
equivalent.
2) For non-StateFn Operators: replacing the origin p with c·d·c†, where c
is the conversion circuit and d is the destination, so the overall
beginning and ending operators are equivalent.
"""
if destination_basis is not None:
self.destination = destination_basis
else:
self._destination = None # type: Optional[PauliOp]
self._traverse = traverse
self._replacement_fn = replacement_fn or PauliBasisChange.operator_replacement_fn
@property
def destination(self) -> Optional[PauliOp]:
r"""
The destination ``PauliOp``, or ``None`` if using the default destination, the diagonal
basis.
"""
return self._destination
@destination.setter
def destination(self, dest: Union[Pauli, PauliOp]) -> None:
r"""
The destination ``PauliOp``, or ``None`` if using the default destination, the diagonal
basis.
"""
if isinstance(dest, Pauli):
dest = PauliOp(dest)
if not isinstance(dest, PauliOp):
raise TypeError('PauliBasisChange can only convert into Pauli bases, '
'not {}.'.format(type(dest)))
self._destination = dest
# TODO see whether we should make this performant by handling ListOps of Paulis later.
# pylint: disable=too-many-return-statements
[Doku] def convert(self, operator: OperatorBase) -> OperatorBase:
r"""
Given a ``PauliOp``, or an Operator containing ``PauliOps`` if ``_traverse`` is True,
converts each Pauli into the basis specified by self._destination and a
basis-change-circuit, calls ``replacement_fn`` with these two Operators, and replaces
the ``PauliOps`` with the output of ``replacement_fn``. For example, for the built-in
``operator_replacement_fn`` below, each PauliOp p will be replaced by the composition
of the basis-change Clifford ``CircuitOp`` c with the destination PauliOp d and c†,
such that p = c·d·c†, up to global phase.
Args:
operator: The Operator to convert.
Returns:
The converted Operator.
"""
if isinstance(operator, (Pauli, PrimitiveOp)):
cob_instr_op, dest_pauli_op = self.get_cob_circuit(operator)
return self._replacement_fn(cob_instr_op, dest_pauli_op) # type: ignore
if isinstance(operator, StateFn) and 'Pauli' in operator.primitive_strings():
# If the StateFn/Meas only contains a Pauli, use it directly.
if isinstance(operator.primitive, PrimitiveOp):
cob_instr_op, dest_pauli_op = self.get_cob_circuit(operator.primitive)
return self._replacement_fn(cob_instr_op, dest_pauli_op) # type: ignore
# TODO make a canonical "distribute" or graph swap as method in ListOp?
elif operator.primitive.distributive:
if operator.primitive.abelian:
origin_pauli = self.get_tpb_pauli(operator.primitive)
cob_instr_op, _ = self.get_cob_circuit(origin_pauli)
diag_ops = [self.get_diagonal_pauli_op(op) for op in operator.primitive.oplist]
dest_pauli_op = operator.primitive.__class__(diag_ops,
coeff=operator.coeff, abelian=True)
return self._replacement_fn(cob_instr_op, dest_pauli_op) # type: ignore
else:
sf_list = [StateFn(op, is_measurement=operator.is_measurement)
for op in operator.primitive.oplist]
listop_of_statefns = operator.primitive.__class__(oplist=sf_list,
coeff=operator.coeff)
return listop_of_statefns.traverse(self.convert)
elif isinstance(operator, ListOp) and self._traverse and \
'Pauli' in operator.primitive_strings():
# If ListOp is abelian we can find a single post-rotation circuit
# for the whole set. For now,
# assume operator can only be abelian if all elements are
# Paulis (enforced in AbelianGrouper).
if operator.abelian:
origin_pauli = self.get_tpb_pauli(operator)
cob_instr_op, _ = self.get_cob_circuit(origin_pauli)
diag_ops = \
[self.get_diagonal_pauli_op(op) for op in operator.oplist] # type: ignore
dest_pauli_op = \
operator.__class__(diag_ops, coeff=operator.coeff, abelian=True) # type: ignore
return self._replacement_fn(cob_instr_op, dest_pauli_op) # type: ignore
else:
return operator.traverse(self.convert)
return operator
[Doku] @staticmethod
def measurement_replacement_fn(cob_instr_op: CircuitOp,
dest_pauli_op: PauliOp) -> OperatorBase:
r"""
A built-in convenience replacement function which produces measurements
isomorphic to an ``OperatorStateFn`` measurement holding the origin ``PauliOp``.
Args:
cob_instr_op: The basis-change ``CircuitOp``.
dest_pauli_op: The destination ``PauliOp``.
Returns:
The ``~StateFn @ CircuitOp`` composition equivalent to a measurement by the original
``PauliOp``.
"""
return PauliBasisChange.statefn_replacement_fn(cob_instr_op, dest_pauli_op).adjoint()
[Doku] @staticmethod
def statefn_replacement_fn(cob_instr_op: CircuitOp,
dest_pauli_op: PauliOp) -> OperatorBase:
r"""
A built-in convenience replacement function which produces state functions
isomorphic to an ``OperatorStateFn`` state function holding the origin ``PauliOp``.
Args:
cob_instr_op: The basis-change ``CircuitOp``.
dest_pauli_op: The destination ``PauliOp``.
Returns:
The ``~CircuitOp @ StateFn`` composition equivalent to a state function defined by the
original ``PauliOp``.
"""
return ComposedOp([cob_instr_op.adjoint(), StateFn(dest_pauli_op)])
[Doku] @staticmethod
def operator_replacement_fn(cob_instr_op: CircuitOp,
dest_pauli_op: PauliOp) -> OperatorBase:
r"""
A built-in convenience replacement function which produces Operators
isomorphic to the origin ``PauliOp``.
Args:
cob_instr_op: The basis-change ``CircuitOp``.
dest_pauli_op: The destination ``PauliOp``.
Returns:
The ``~CircuitOp @ PauliOp @ CircuitOp`` composition isomorphic to the
original ``PauliOp``.
"""
return ComposedOp([cob_instr_op.adjoint(), dest_pauli_op, cob_instr_op])
[Doku] def get_tpb_pauli(self, list_op: ListOp) -> Pauli:
r"""
Gets the Pauli (not ``PauliOp``!) whose diagonalizing single-qubit rotations is a
superset of the diagonalizing single-qubit rotations for each of the Paulis in
``list_op``. TBP stands for `Tensor Product Basis`.
Args:
list_op: the :class:`ListOp` whose TBP Pauli to return.
Returns:
The TBP Pauli.
"""
origin_z = \
reduce(np.logical_or, [p_op.primitive.z for p_op in list_op.oplist]) # type: ignore
origin_x = \
reduce(np.logical_or, [p_op.primitive.x for p_op in list_op.oplist]) # type: ignore
return Pauli((origin_z, origin_x))
[Doku] def get_diagonal_pauli_op(self, pauli_op: PauliOp) -> PauliOp:
""" Get the diagonal ``PualiOp`` to which ``pauli_op`` could be rotated with only
single-qubit operations.
Args:
pauli_op: The ``PauliOp`` whose diagonal to compute.
Returns:
The diagonal ``PauliOp``.
"""
return PauliOp(
Pauli((np.logical_or(pauli_op.primitive.z, pauli_op.primitive.x), # type: ignore
[False] * pauli_op.num_qubits)), coeff=pauli_op.coeff)
[Doku] def get_diagonalizing_clifford(self, pauli: Union[Pauli, PauliOp]) -> OperatorBase:
r"""
Construct a ``CircuitOp`` with only single-qubit gates which takes the eigenvectors
of ``pauli`` to eigenvectors composed only of \|0⟩ and \|1⟩ tensor products. Equivalently,
finds the basis-change circuit to take ``pauli`` to a diagonal ``PauliOp`` composed only
of Z and I tensor products.
Note, underlying Pauli bits are in Qiskit endianness, so we need to reverse before we
begin composing with Operator flow.
Args:
pauli: the ``Pauli`` or ``PauliOp`` to whose diagonalizing circuit to compute.
Returns:
The diagonalizing ``CircuitOp``.
"""
if isinstance(pauli, PauliOp):
pauli = pauli.primitive
tensorall = partial(reduce, lambda x, y: x.tensor(y))
# pylint: disable=bad-reversed-sequence
y_to_x_origin = \
tensorall([S if has_y else I for has_y in # type: ignore
reversed(np.logical_and(pauli.x, pauli.z))]).adjoint() # type: ignore
x_to_z_origin = tensorall([H if has_x else I for has_x in
reversed(pauli.x)]) # type: ignore
return x_to_z_origin.compose(y_to_x_origin) # type: ignore
[Doku] def pad_paulis_to_equal_length(self,
pauli_op1: PauliOp,
pauli_op2: PauliOp) -> Tuple[PauliOp, PauliOp]:
r"""
If ``pauli_op1`` and ``pauli_op2`` do not act over the same number of qubits, pad
identities to the end of the shorter of the two so they are of equal length. Padding is
applied to the end of the Paulis. Note that the Terra represents Paulis in big-endian
order, so this will appear as padding to the beginning of the Pauli x and z bit arrays.
Args:
pauli_op1: A pauli_op to possibly pad.
pauli_op2: A pauli_op to possibly pad.
Returns:
A tuple containing the padded PauliOps.
"""
num_qubits = max(pauli_op1.num_qubits, pauli_op2.num_qubits)
pauli_1, pauli_2 = pauli_op1.primitive, pauli_op2.primitive
# Padding to the end of the Pauli, but remember that Paulis are in reverse endianness.
if not len(pauli_1.z) == num_qubits: # type: ignore
missing_qubits = num_qubits - len(pauli_1.z) # type: ignore
pauli_1 = Pauli((([False] * missing_qubits) + pauli_1.z.tolist(), # type: ignore
([False] * missing_qubits) + pauli_1.x.tolist())) # type: ignore
if not len(pauli_2.z) == num_qubits: # type: ignore
missing_qubits = num_qubits - len(pauli_2.z) # type: ignore
pauli_2 = Pauli((([False] * missing_qubits) + pauli_2.z.tolist(), # type: ignore
([False] * missing_qubits) + pauli_2.x.tolist())) # type: ignore
return PauliOp(pauli_1, coeff=pauli_op1.coeff), PauliOp(pauli_2, coeff=pauli_op2.coeff)
[Doku] def construct_cnot_chain(self,
diag_pauli_op1: PauliOp,
diag_pauli_op2: PauliOp) -> PrimitiveOp:
r"""
Construct a ``CircuitOp`` (or ``PauliOp`` if equal to the identity) which takes the
eigenvectors of ``diag_pauli_op1`` to the eigenvectors of ``diag_pauli_op2``,
assuming both are diagonal (or performing this operation on their diagonalized Paulis
implicitly if not). This works by the insight that the eigenvalue of a diagonal Pauli's
eigenvector is equal to or -1 if the parity is 1 and 1 if the parity is 0, or
1 - (2 * parity). Therefore, using CNOTs, we can write the parity of diag_pauli_op1's
significant bits onto some qubit, and then write out that parity onto diag_pauli_op2's
significant bits.
Args:
diag_pauli_op1: The origin ``PauliOp``.
diag_pauli_op2: The destination ``PauliOp``.
Return:
The ``PrimitiveOp`` performs the mapping.
"""
# TODO be smarter about connectivity and actual distance between pauli and destination
# TODO be smarter in general
pauli_1 = diag_pauli_op1.primitive if isinstance(diag_pauli_op1, PauliOp) \
else diag_pauli_op1
pauli_2 = diag_pauli_op2.primitive if isinstance(diag_pauli_op2, PauliOp) \
else diag_pauli_op2
origin_sig_bits = np.logical_or(pauli_1.z, pauli_1.x) # type: ignore
destination_sig_bits = np.logical_or(pauli_2.z, pauli_2.x) # type: ignore
num_qubits = max(len(pauli_1.z), len(pauli_2.z)) # type: ignore
sig_equal_sig_bits = np.logical_and(origin_sig_bits, destination_sig_bits)
non_equal_sig_bits = np.logical_not(origin_sig_bits == destination_sig_bits)
# Equivalent to np.logical_xor(origin_sig_bits, destination_sig_bits)
if not any(non_equal_sig_bits):
return I ^ num_qubits
# I am deeply sorry for this code, but I don't know another way to do it.
sig_in_origin_only_indices = np.extract(
np.logical_and(non_equal_sig_bits, origin_sig_bits),
np.arange(num_qubits))
sig_in_dest_only_indices = np.extract(
np.logical_and(non_equal_sig_bits, destination_sig_bits),
np.arange(num_qubits))
if len(sig_in_origin_only_indices) > 0 and len(sig_in_dest_only_indices) > 0:
origin_anchor_bit = min(sig_in_origin_only_indices)
dest_anchor_bit = min(sig_in_dest_only_indices)
else:
# Set to lowest equal bit
origin_anchor_bit = min(np.extract(sig_equal_sig_bits, np.arange(num_qubits)))
dest_anchor_bit = origin_anchor_bit
cnots = QuantumCircuit(num_qubits)
# Step 3) Take the indices of bits which are sig_bits in
# pauli but but not in dest, and cnot them to the pauli anchor.
for i in sig_in_origin_only_indices:
if not i == origin_anchor_bit:
cnots.cx(i, origin_anchor_bit)
# Step 4)
if not origin_anchor_bit == dest_anchor_bit:
cnots.swap(origin_anchor_bit, dest_anchor_bit)
# Need to do this or a Terra bug sometimes flips cnots. No time to investigate.
cnots.i(0)
# Step 6)
for i in sig_in_dest_only_indices:
if not i == dest_anchor_bit:
cnots.cx(i, dest_anchor_bit)
return PrimitiveOp(cnots)
[Doku] def get_cob_circuit(self, origin: Union[Pauli, PauliOp]) -> Tuple[PrimitiveOp, PauliOp]:
r"""
Construct an Operator which maps the +1 and -1 eigenvectors
of the origin Pauli to the +1 and -1 eigenvectors of the destination Pauli. It does so by
1) converting any \|i+⟩ or \|i+⟩ eigenvector bits in the origin to
\|+⟩ and \|-⟩ with S†s, then
2) converting any \|+⟩ or \|+⟩ eigenvector bits in the converted origin to
\|0⟩ and \|1⟩ with Hs, then
3) writing the parity of the significant (Z-measured, rather than I)
bits in the origin to a single
"origin anchor bit," using cnots, which will hold the parity of these bits,
4) swapping the parity of the pauli anchor bit into a destination anchor bit using
a swap gate (only if they are different, if there are any bits which are significant
in both origin and dest, we set both anchors to one of these bits to avoid a swap).
5) writing the parity of the destination anchor bit into the other significant bits
of the destination,
6) converting the \|0⟩ and \|1⟩ significant eigenvector bits to \|+⟩ and \|-⟩ eigenvector
bits in the destination where the destination demands it
(e.g. pauli.x == true for a bit), using Hs 8) converting the \|+⟩ and \|-⟩
significant eigenvector bits to \|i+⟩ and \|i-⟩ eigenvector bits in the
destination where the destination demands it
(e.g. pauli.x == true and pauli.z == true for a bit), using Ss
Args:
origin: The ``Pauli`` or ``PauliOp`` to map.
Returns:
A tuple of a ``PrimitiveOp`` which equals the basis change mapping and a ``PauliOp``
which equals the destination basis.
Raises:
TypeError: Attempting to convert from non-Pauli origin.
ValueError: Attempting to change a non-identity Pauli to an identity Pauli, or vice
versa.
"""
# If pauli is an PrimitiveOp, extract the Pauli
if isinstance(origin, Pauli):
origin = PauliOp(origin)
if not isinstance(origin, PauliOp):
raise TypeError(
'PauliBasisChange can only convert Pauli-based OpPrimitives, not {}'.format(type(
PrimitiveOp.primitive)))
# If no destination specified, assume nearest Pauli in {Z,I}^n basis,
# the standard basis change for expectations.
destination = self.destination or self.get_diagonal_pauli_op(origin)
# Pad origin or destination if either are not as long as the other
origin, destination = self.pad_paulis_to_equal_length(origin, destination)
origin_sig_bits = np.logical_or(origin.primitive.x, origin.primitive.z) # type: ignore
destination_sig_bits = \
np.logical_or(destination.primitive.x, destination.primitive.z) # type: ignore
if not any(origin_sig_bits) or not any(destination_sig_bits):
if not (any(origin_sig_bits) or any(destination_sig_bits)):
# Both all Identity, just return Identities
return I ^ origin.num_qubits, destination
else:
# One is Identity, one is not
raise ValueError('Cannot change to or from a fully Identity Pauli.')
# Steps 1 and 2
cob_instruction = self.get_diagonalizing_clifford(origin)
# Construct CNOT chain, assuming full connectivity... - Steps 3)-5)
cob_instruction = self.construct_cnot_chain(origin, destination).compose(cob_instruction)
# Step 6 and 7
dest_diagonlizing_clifford = self.get_diagonalizing_clifford(destination).adjoint()
cob_instruction = dest_diagonlizing_clifford.compose(cob_instruction)
return cast(PrimitiveOp, cob_instruction), destination
```