- class CircuitStateFn(primitive=None, coeff=1.0, is_measurement=False, from_operator=False)¶
A class for state functions and measurements which are defined by the action of a QuantumCircuit starting from |0⟩, and stored using Terra’s
ParameterExpression]) – A coefficient multiplying the state function.
bool) – Whether the StateFn is a measurement operator.
bool) – if True the StateFn is derived from OperatorStateFn. (Default: False)
TypeError – Unsupported primitive, or primitive has ClassicalRegisters.
Methods Defined Here
Return Operator addition of self and other, overloaded by
Return a new Operator equal to the Operator's adjoint (conjugate transpose), overloaded by
Binds scalar values to any Terra
Parametersin the coefficients or primitives of the Operator, or substitutes one
Composition (Linear algebra-style: A@B(x) = A(B(x))) is not well defined for states in the binary function model, but is well defined for measurements.
Evaluate the Operator's underlying function, either on a binary string or another Operator.
Construct the CircuitStateFn from a dict mapping strings to probability densities.
Construct the CircuitStateFn from a vector representing the statevector.
Permute the qubits of the circuit.
Return a set of strings describing the primitives contained in the Operator.
Try collapsing the Operator structure, usually after some type of conversion, e.g.
Sample the state function as a normalized probability distribution.
Return tensor product between self and other, overloaded by
Return QuantumCircuit representing StateFn
StateFnCircuitcorresponding to this StateFn.
Return numpy matrix of density operator, warn if more than 16 qubits to force the user to set massive=True if they want such a large matrix.
Return Instruction corresponding to primitive.
Return NumPy representation of the Operator.
- INDENTATION = ' '¶
A coefficient by which the state function is multiplied.
Return the unique instance id.
Whether the StateFn object is a measurement Operator.
- primitive: QuantumCircuit¶
The primitive which defines the behavior of the underlying State function.