# Código fuente para qiskit.circuit.library.generalized_gates.diagonal

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"""Diagonal matrix circuit."""

from __future__ import annotations
import cmath
import numpy as np

from qiskit.circuit.quantumcircuit import QuantumCircuit
from qiskit.circuit.exceptions import CircuitError

_EPS = 1e-10

[documentos]class Diagonal(QuantumCircuit):
r"""Diagonal circuit.

Circuit symbol:

.. parsed-literal::

┌───────────┐
q_0: ┤0          ├
│           │
q_1: ┤1 Diagonal ├
│           │
q_2: ┤2          ├
└───────────┘

Matrix form:

.. math::
\text{DiagonalGate}\ q_0, q_1, .., q_{n-1} =
\begin{pmatrix}
D    & 0         & \dots     & 0 \\
0       & D      & \dots     & 0 \\
\vdots  & \vdots    & \ddots    & 0 \\
0       & 0         & \dots     & D[n-1]
\end{pmatrix}

Diagonal gates are useful as representations of Boolean functions,
as they can map from {0,1}^2**n to {0,1}^2**n space. For example a phase
oracle can be seen as a diagonal gate with {+1, -1} on the diagonals. Such
an oracle will induce a +1 or -1 phase on the amplitude of any corresponding
basis state.

Diagonal gates appear in many classically hard oracular problems such as
Forrelation or Hidden Shift circuits.

Diagonal gates are represented and simulated more efficiently than a dense
2**n x 2**n unitary matrix.

The reference implementation is via the method described in
Theorem 7 of . The code is based on Emanuel Malvetti's semester thesis
at ETH in 2018, supervised by Raban Iten and Prof. Renato Renner.

**Reference:**

 Shende et al., Synthesis of Quantum Logic Circuits, 2009
arXiv:0406176 <https://arxiv.org/pdf/quant-ph/0406176.pdf>_
"""

def __init__(self, diag: list[complex] | np.ndarray) -> None:
"""Create a new Diagonal circuit.

Args:
diag: list of the 2^k diagonal entries (for a diagonal gate on k qubits).

Raises:
CircuitError: if the list of the diagonal entries or the qubit list is in bad format;
if the number of diagonal entries is not 2^k, where k denotes the number of qubits
"""
if not isinstance(diag, (list, np.ndarray)):
raise CircuitError("Diagonal entries must be in a list or numpy array.")
num_qubits = np.log2(len(diag))
if num_qubits < 1 or not num_qubits.is_integer():
raise CircuitError("The number of diagonal entries is not a positive power of 2.")
if not np.allclose(np.abs(diag), 1, atol=_EPS):
raise CircuitError("A diagonal element does not have absolute value one.")

num_qubits = int(num_qubits)

circuit = QuantumCircuit(num_qubits, name="Diagonal")

# Since the diagonal is a unitary, all its entries have absolute value
# one and the diagonal is fully specified by the phases of its entries.
diag_phases = [cmath.phase(z) for z in diag]
n = len(diag)
while n >= 2:
angles_rz = []
for i in range(0, n, 2):
diag_phases[i // 2], rz_angle = _extract_rz(diag_phases[i], diag_phases[i + 1])
angles_rz.append(rz_angle)
num_act_qubits = int(np.log2(n))
ctrl_qubits = list(range(num_qubits - num_act_qubits + 1, num_qubits))
target_qubit = num_qubits - num_act_qubits
circuit.ucrz(angles_rz, ctrl_qubits, target_qubit)
n //= 2
circuit.global_phase += diag_phases

super().__init__(num_qubits, name="Diagonal")
self.append(circuit.to_gate(), self.qubits)

# extract a Rz rotation (angle given by first output) such that exp(j*phase)*Rz(z_angle)
# is equal to the diagonal matrix with entires exp(1j*ph1) and exp(1j*ph2)

def _extract_rz(phi1, phi2):
phase = (phi1 + phi2) / 2.0
z_angle = phi2 - phi1
return phase, z_angle