# Quellcode für qiskit.aqua.operators.list_ops.composed_op

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""" ComposedOp Class """
from typing import List, Union, cast, Optional
from functools import reduce, partial
import numpy as np
from qiskit import QuantumCircuit
from qiskit.circuit import ParameterExpression
from ..operator_base import OperatorBase
from .list_op import ListOp
from ..state_fns.state_fn import StateFn
from ..state_fns.circuit_state_fn import CircuitStateFn
from ... import AquaError
# pylint: disable=invalid-name
[Doku]class ComposedOp(ListOp):
""" A class for lazily representing compositions of Operators. Often Operators cannot be
efficiently composed with one another, but may be manipulated further so that they can be
composed later. This class holds logic to indicate that the Operators in ``oplist`` are meant to
be composed, and therefore if they reach a point in which they can be, such as after
conversion to QuantumCircuits or matrices, they can be reduced by composition. """
[Doku] def __init__(self,
oplist: List[OperatorBase],
coeff: Union[int, float, complex, ParameterExpression] = 1.0,
abelian: bool = False) -> None:
"""
Args:
oplist: The Operators being composed.
coeff: A coefficient multiplying the operator
abelian: Indicates whether the Operators in ``oplist`` are known to mutually commute.
"""
super().__init__(oplist,
combo_fn=partial(reduce, np.dot),
coeff=coeff,
abelian=abelian)
@property
def num_qubits(self) -> int:
return self.oplist[0].num_qubits
@property
def distributive(self) -> bool:
return False
# TODO take advantage of the mixed product property, tensorpower each element in the composition
# def tensorpower(self, other):
# """ Tensor product with Self Multiple Times """
# raise NotImplementedError
[Doku] def to_circuit(self) -> QuantumCircuit:
"""Returns the quantum circuit, representing the composed operator.
Returns:
The circuit representation of the composed operator.
Raises:
AquaError: for operators where a single underlying circuit can not be obtained.
"""
from qiskit.aqua.operators import PrimitiveOp
circuit_op = self.to_circuit_op()
if isinstance(circuit_op, (PrimitiveOp, CircuitStateFn)):
return circuit_op.to_circuit()
raise AquaError('Conversion to_circuit supported only for operators, where a single '
'underlying circuit can be produced.')
[Doku] def adjoint(self) -> OperatorBase:
return ComposedOp([op.adjoint() for op in reversed(self.oplist)], coeff=self.coeff)
[Doku] def compose(self, other: OperatorBase,
permutation: Optional[List[int]] = None, front: bool = False) -> OperatorBase:
new_self, other = self._expand_shorter_operator_and_permute(other, permutation)
new_self = cast(ComposedOp, new_self)
if front:
return other.compose(new_self)
# Try composing with last element in list
if isinstance(other, ComposedOp):
return ComposedOp(new_self.oplist + other.oplist, coeff=new_self.coeff * other.coeff)
# Try composing with last element of oplist. We only try
# this if that last element isn't itself an
# ComposedOp, so we can tell whether composing the
# two elements directly worked. If it doesn't,
# continue to the final return statement below, appending other to the oplist.
if not isinstance(new_self.oplist[-1], ComposedOp):
comp_with_last = new_self.oplist[-1].compose(other)
# Attempt successful
if not isinstance(comp_with_last, ComposedOp):
new_oplist = new_self.oplist[0:-1] + [comp_with_last]
return ComposedOp(new_oplist, coeff=new_self.coeff)
return ComposedOp(new_self.oplist + [other], coeff=new_self.coeff)
[Doku] def eval(self,
front: Union[str, dict, np.ndarray,
OperatorBase] = None) -> Union[OperatorBase, float, complex]:
def tree_recursive_eval(r, l):
if isinstance(r, list):
return [tree_recursive_eval(r_op, l) for r_op in r]
else:
return l.eval(r)
eval_list = self.oplist.copy()
# Only one op needs to be multiplied, so just multiply the first.
eval_list[0] = eval_list[0] * self.coeff # type: ignore
if front and isinstance(front, OperatorBase):
eval_list = eval_list + [front]
elif front:
eval_list = [StateFn(front, is_measurement=True)] + eval_list # type: ignore
return reduce(tree_recursive_eval, reversed(eval_list))
# Try collapsing list or trees of compositions into a single <Measurement | Op | State>.
[Doku] def non_distributive_reduce(self) -> OperatorBase:
""" Reduce without attempting to expand all distributive compositions.
Returns:
The reduced Operator.
"""
reduced_ops = [op.reduce() for op in self.oplist]
reduced_ops = reduce(lambda x, y: x.compose(y), reduced_ops) * self.coeff
if isinstance(reduced_ops, ComposedOp) and len(reduced_ops.oplist) > 1:
return reduced_ops
else:
return reduced_ops[0]
[Doku] def reduce(self) -> OperatorBase:
reduced_ops = [op.reduce() for op in self.oplist]
def distribute_compose(l, r):
if isinstance(l, ListOp) and l.distributive:
# Either ListOp or SummedOp, returns correct type
return l.__class__([distribute_compose(l_op * l.coeff, r) for l_op in l.oplist])
if isinstance(r, ListOp) and r.distributive:
return r.__class__([distribute_compose(l, r_op * r.coeff) for r_op in r.oplist])
else:
return l.compose(r)
reduced_ops = reduce(distribute_compose, reduced_ops) * self.coeff
if isinstance(reduced_ops, ListOp) and len(reduced_ops.oplist) == 1:
return reduced_ops.oplist[0]
else:
return cast(OperatorBase, reduced_ops)
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