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Executing Experiments (qiskit.execute_function)

execute(experiments, backend, basis_gates=None, coupling_map=None, backend_properties=None, initial_layout=None, seed_transpiler=None, optimization_level=None, pass_manager=None, qobj_id=None, qobj_header=None, shots=None, memory=None, max_credits=None, seed_simulator=None, default_qubit_los=None, default_meas_los=None, qubit_lo_range=None, meas_lo_range=None, schedule_los=None, meas_level=None, meas_return=None, memory_slots=None, memory_slot_size=None, rep_time=None, rep_delay=None, parameter_binds=None, schedule_circuit=False, inst_map=None, meas_map=None, scheduling_method=None, init_qubits=None, **run_config)[Quellcode]

Execute a list of qiskit.circuit.QuantumCircuit or qiskit.pulse.Schedule on a backend.

The execution is asynchronous, and a handle to a job instance is returned.

Parameter
  • experiments (QuantumCircuit or list[QuantumCircuit] or Schedule or list[Schedule]) – Circuit(s) or pulse schedule(s) to execute

  • backend (Backend) – Backend to execute circuits on. Transpiler options are automatically grabbed from backend.configuration() and backend.properties(). If any other option is explicitly set (e.g. coupling_map), it will override the backend’s.

  • basis_gates (list[str]) – List of basis gate names to unroll to. e.g: ['u1', 'u2', 'u3', 'cx'] If None, do not unroll.

  • coupling_map (CouplingMap or list) –

    Coupling map (perhaps custom) to target in mapping. Multiple formats are supported:

    1. CouplingMap instance

    2. list Must be given as an adjacency matrix, where each entry specifies all two-qubit interactions supported by backend e.g: [[0, 1], [0, 3], [1, 2], [1, 5], [2, 5], [4, 1], [5, 3]]

  • backend_properties (BackendProperties) – Properties returned by a backend, including information on gate errors, readout errors, qubit coherence times, etc. Find a backend that provides this information with: backend.properties()

  • initial_layout (Layout or dict or list) –

    Initial position of virtual qubits on physical qubits. If this layout makes the circuit compatible with the coupling_map constraints, it will be used. The final layout is not guaranteed to be the same, as the transpiler may permute qubits through swaps or other means.

    Multiple formats are supported:

    1. qiskit.transpiler.Layout instance

    2. dict: virtual to physical:

      {qr[0]: 0,
       qr[1]: 3,
       qr[2]: 5}
      
      physical to virtual::
      {0: qr[0],

      3: qr[1], 5: qr[2]}

    3. list virtual to physical:

      [0, 3, 5]  # virtual qubits are ordered (in addition to named)
      

      physical to virtual:

      [qr[0], None, None, qr[1], None, qr[2]]
      

  • seed_transpiler (int) – Sets random seed for the stochastic parts of the transpiler

  • optimization_level (int) – How much optimization to perform on the circuits. Higher levels generate more optimized circuits, at the expense of longer transpilation time. #. No optimization #. Light optimization #. Heavy optimization #. Highest optimization If None, level 1 will be chosen as default.

  • pass_manager (PassManager) – The pass manager to use during transpilation. If this arg is present, auto-selection of pass manager based on the transpile options will be turned off and this pass manager will be used directly.

  • qobj_id (str) – DEPRECATED: String identifier to annotate the Qobj. This has no effect and the name attribute of the input circuit(s) should be used instead.

  • qobj_header (QobjHeader or dict) – DEPRECATED: User input that will be inserted in Qobj header, and will also be copied to the corresponding qiskit.result.Result header. Headers do not affect the run. Headers do not affect the run. This kwarg has no effect anymore and the metadata attribute of the input circuit(s) should be used instead.

  • shots (int) – Number of repetitions of each circuit, for sampling. Default: 1024

  • memory (bool) – If True, per-shot measurement bitstrings are returned as well (provided the backend supports it). For OpenPulse jobs, only measurement level 2 supports this option. Default: False

  • max_credits (int) – DEPRECATED This parameter is deprecated as of Qiskit Terra 0.20.0 and will be removed in a future release. This parameter has no effect on modern IBM Quantum systems, no alternative is necessary.

  • seed_simulator (int) – Random seed to control sampling, for when backend is a simulator

  • default_qubit_los (Optional[List[float]]) – List of job level qubit drive LO frequencies in Hz. Overridden by schedule_los if specified. Must have length n_qubits.

  • default_meas_los (Optional[List[float]]) – List of job level measurement LO frequencies in Hz. Overridden by schedule_los if specified. Must have length n_qubits.

  • qubit_lo_range (Optional[List[List[float]]]) – List of job level drive LO ranges each of form [range_min, range_max] in Hz. Used to validate qubit_lo_freq. Must have length n_qubits.

  • meas_lo_range (Optional[List[List[float]]]) – List of job level measurement LO ranges each of form [range_min, range_max] in Hz. Used to validate meas_lo_freq. Must have length n_qubits.

  • schedule_los (list) –

    Experiment level (ie circuit or schedule) LO frequency configurations for qubit drive and measurement channels. These values override the job level values from default_qubit_los and default_meas_los. Frequencies are in Hz. Settable for qasm and pulse jobs.

    If a single LO config or dict is used, the values are set at job level. If a list is used, the list must be the size of the number of experiments in the job, except in the case of a single experiment. In this case, a frequency sweep will be assumed and one experiment will be created for every list entry.

    Not every channel is required to be specified. If not specified, the backend default value will be used.

  • meas_level (int or MeasLevel) – Set the appropriate level of the measurement output for pulse experiments.

  • meas_return (str or MeasReturn) – Level of measurement data for the backend to return For meas_level 0 and 1: "single" returns information from every shot. "avg" returns average measurement output (averaged over number of shots).

  • memory_slots (int) – Number of classical memory slots used in this job.

  • memory_slot_size (int) – Size of each memory slot if the output is Level 0.

  • rep_time (int) – Time per program execution in seconds. Must be from the list provided by the backend (backend.configuration().rep_times). Defaults to the first entry.

  • rep_delay (float) – Delay between programs in seconds. Only supported on certain backends (backend.configuration().dynamic_reprate_enabled ). If supported, rep_delay will be used instead of rep_time and must be from the range supplied by the backend (backend.configuration().rep_delay_range). Default is given by backend.configuration().default_rep_delay.

  • parameter_binds (list[dict]) – List of Parameter bindings over which the set of experiments will be executed. Each list element (bind) should be of the form {Parameter1: value1, Parameter2: value2, ...}. All binds will be executed across all experiments, e.g. if parameter_binds is a length-\(n\) list, and there are \(m\) experiments, a total of \(m \times n\) experiments will be run (one for each experiment/bind pair).

  • schedule_circuit (bool) – If True, experiments will be converted to qiskit.pulse.Schedule objects prior to execution.

  • inst_map (InstructionScheduleMap) – Mapping of circuit operations to pulse schedules. If None, defaults to the instruction_schedule_map of backend.

  • meas_map (list(list(int))) – List of sets of qubits that must be measured together. If None, defaults to the meas_map of backend.

  • scheduling_method (str or list(str)) – Optionally specify a particular scheduling method.

  • init_qubits (bool) – Whether to reset the qubits to the ground state for each shot. Default: True.

  • run_config (dict) – Extra arguments used to configure the run (e.g. for Aer configurable backends). Refer to the backend documentation for details on these arguments. Note: for now, these keyword arguments will both be copied to the Qobj config, and passed to backend.run()

Rückgabe

returns job instance derived from Job

Rückgabetyp

Job

Verursacht

QiskitError – if the execution cannot be interpreted as either circuits or schedules

Example

Construct a 5-qubit GHZ circuit and execute 4321 shots on a backend.

from qiskit import QuantumCircuit, execute, BasicAer

backend = BasicAer.get_backend('qasm_simulator')

qc = QuantumCircuit(5, 5)
qc.h(0)
qc.cx(0, range(1, 5))
qc.measure_all()

job = execute(qc, backend, shots=4321)