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Directed graph object for representing coupling between physical qubits.

The nodes of the graph correspond to physical qubits (represented as integers) and the
directed edges indicate which physical qubits are coupled and the permitted direction of
CNOT gates. The object has a distance function that can be used to map quantum circuits
onto a device with this coupling.

import math
from typing import List

import numpy as np
import rustworkx as rx
from rustworkx.visualization import graphviz_draw

from qiskit.transpiler.exceptions import CouplingError
from qiskit.utils.deprecation import deprecate_func

[docs]class CouplingMap: """ Directed graph specifying fixed coupling. Nodes correspond to physical qubits (integers) and directed edges correspond to permitted CNOT gates, with source and destination corresponding to control and target qubits, respectively. """ __slots__ = ( "description", "graph", "_dist_matrix", "_qubit_list", "_size", "_is_symmetric", ) def __init__(self, couplinglist=None, description=None): """ Create coupling graph. By default, the generated coupling has no nodes. Args: couplinglist (list or None): An initial coupling graph, specified as an adjacency list containing couplings, e.g. [[0,1], [0,2], [1,2]]. It is required that nodes are contiguously indexed starting at 0. Missed nodes will be added as isolated nodes in the coupling map. description (str): A string to describe the coupling map. """ self.description = description # the coupling map graph self.graph = rx.PyDiGraph() # a dict of dicts from node pairs to distances self._dist_matrix = None # a sorted list of physical qubits (integers) in this coupling map self._qubit_list = None # number of qubits in the graph self._size = None self._is_symmetric = None if couplinglist is not None: self.graph.extend_from_edge_list([tuple(x) for x in couplinglist])
[docs] def size(self): """Return the number of physical qubits in this graph.""" if self._size is None: self._size = len(self.graph) return self._size
[docs] def get_edges(self): """ Gets the list of edges in the coupling graph. Returns: Tuple(int,int): Each edge is a pair of physical qubits. """ return self.graph.edge_list()
def __iter__(self): return iter(self.graph.edge_list())
[docs] def add_physical_qubit(self, physical_qubit): """Add a physical qubit to the coupling graph as a node. physical_qubit (int): An integer representing a physical qubit. Raises: CouplingError: if trying to add duplicate qubit """ if not isinstance(physical_qubit, int): raise CouplingError("Physical qubits should be integers.") if physical_qubit in self.physical_qubits: raise CouplingError( "The physical qubit %s is already in the coupling graph" % physical_qubit ) self.graph.add_node(physical_qubit) self._dist_matrix = None # invalidate self._qubit_list = None # invalidate self._size = None # invalidate
[docs] def add_edge(self, src, dst): """ Add directed edge to coupling graph. src (int): source physical qubit dst (int): destination physical qubit """ if src not in self.physical_qubits: self.add_physical_qubit(src) if dst not in self.physical_qubits: self.add_physical_qubit(dst) self.graph.add_edge(src, dst, None) self._dist_matrix = None # invalidate self._is_symmetric = None # invalidate
[docs] @deprecate_func( additional_msg=( "Instead, use :meth:`~reduce`. It does the same thing, but preserves nodelist order." ), since="0.20.0", ) def subgraph(self, nodelist): """Return a CouplingMap object for a subgraph of self. nodelist (list): list of integer node labels """ subcoupling = CouplingMap() subcoupling.graph = self.graph.subgraph(nodelist) return subcoupling
@property def physical_qubits(self): """Returns a sorted list of physical_qubits""" if self._qubit_list is None: self._qubit_list = self.graph.node_indexes() return self._qubit_list
[docs] def is_connected(self): """ Test if the graph is connected. Return True if connected, False otherwise """ try: return rx.is_weakly_connected(self.graph) except rx.NullGraph: return False
[docs] def neighbors(self, physical_qubit): """Return the nearest neighbors of a physical qubit. Directionality matters, i.e. a neighbor must be reachable by going one hop in the direction of an edge. """ return self.graph.neighbors(physical_qubit)
@property def distance_matrix(self): """Return the distance matrix for the coupling map. For any qubits where there isn't a path available between them the value in this position of the distance matrix will be ``math.inf``. """ self.compute_distance_matrix() return self._dist_matrix
[docs] def compute_distance_matrix(self): """Compute the full distance matrix on pairs of nodes. The distance map self._dist_matrix is computed from the graph using all_pairs_shortest_path_length. This is normally handled internally by the :attr:`~qiskit.transpiler.CouplingMap.distance_matrix` attribute or the :meth:`~qiskit.transpiler.CouplingMap.distance` method but can be called if you're accessing the distance matrix outside of those or want to pre-generate it. """ if self._dist_matrix is None: self._dist_matrix = rx.digraph_distance_matrix( self.graph, as_undirected=True, null_value=math.inf )
[docs] def distance(self, physical_qubit1, physical_qubit2): """Returns the undirected distance between physical_qubit1 and physical_qubit2. Args: physical_qubit1 (int): A physical qubit physical_qubit2 (int): Another physical qubit Returns: int: The undirected distance Raises: CouplingError: if the qubits do not exist in the CouplingMap """ if physical_qubit1 >= self.size(): raise CouplingError("%s not in coupling graph" % physical_qubit1) if physical_qubit2 >= self.size(): raise CouplingError("%s not in coupling graph" % physical_qubit2) self.compute_distance_matrix() res = self._dist_matrix[physical_qubit1, physical_qubit2] if res == math.inf: raise CouplingError(f"No path from {physical_qubit1} to {physical_qubit2}") return int(res)
[docs] def shortest_undirected_path(self, physical_qubit1, physical_qubit2): """Returns the shortest undirected path between physical_qubit1 and physical_qubit2. Args: physical_qubit1 (int): A physical qubit physical_qubit2 (int): Another physical qubit Returns: List: The shortest undirected path Raises: CouplingError: When there is no path between physical_qubit1, physical_qubit2. """ paths = rx.digraph_dijkstra_shortest_paths( self.graph, source=physical_qubit1, target=physical_qubit2, as_undirected=True ) if not paths: raise CouplingError( f"Nodes {str(physical_qubit1)} and {str(physical_qubit2)} are not connected" ) return paths[physical_qubit2]
@property def is_symmetric(self): """ Test if the graph is symmetric. Return True if symmetric, False otherwise """ if self._is_symmetric is None: self._is_symmetric = self._check_symmetry() return self._is_symmetric
[docs] def make_symmetric(self): """ Convert uni-directional edges into bi-directional. """ # TODO: replace with PyDiGraph.make_symmetric() after rustworkx # 0.13.0 is released. edges = self.get_edges() edge_set = set(edges) for src, dest in edges: if (dest, src) not in edge_set: self.graph.add_edge(dest, src, None) self._dist_matrix = None # invalidate self._is_symmetric = None # invalidate
def _check_symmetry(self): """ Calculates symmetry Returns: Bool: True if symmetric, False otherwise """ return self.graph.is_symmetric()
[docs] def reduce(self, mapping): """Returns a reduced coupling map that corresponds to the subgraph of qubits selected in the mapping. Args: mapping (list): A mapping of reduced qubits to device qubits. Returns: CouplingMap: A reduced coupling_map for the selected qubits. Raises: CouplingError: Reduced coupling map must be connected. """ from scipy.sparse import coo_matrix, csgraph reduced_qubits = len(mapping) inv_map = [None] * (max(mapping) + 1) for idx, val in enumerate(mapping): inv_map[val] = idx reduced_cmap = [] for edge in self.get_edges(): if edge[0] in mapping and edge[1] in mapping: reduced_cmap.append([inv_map[edge[0]], inv_map[edge[1]]]) # Verify coupling_map is connected rows = np.array([edge[0] for edge in reduced_cmap], dtype=int) cols = np.array([edge[1] for edge in reduced_cmap], dtype=int) data = np.ones_like(rows) mat = coo_matrix((data, (rows, cols)), shape=(reduced_qubits, reduced_qubits)).tocsr() if csgraph.connected_components(mat)[0] != 1: raise CouplingError("coupling_map must be connected.") return CouplingMap(reduced_cmap)
[docs] @classmethod def from_full(cls, num_qubits, bidirectional=True) -> "CouplingMap": """Return a fully connected coupling map on n qubits.""" cmap = cls(description="full") if bidirectional: cmap.graph = rx.generators.directed_mesh_graph(num_qubits) else: edge_list = [] for i in range(num_qubits): for j in range(i): edge_list.append((j, i)) cmap.graph.extend_from_edge_list(edge_list) return cmap
[docs] @classmethod def from_line(cls, num_qubits, bidirectional=True) -> "CouplingMap": """Return a coupling map of n qubits connected in a line.""" cmap = cls(description="line") cmap.graph = rx.generators.directed_path_graph(num_qubits, bidirectional=bidirectional) return cmap
[docs] @classmethod def from_ring(cls, num_qubits, bidirectional=True) -> "CouplingMap": """Return a coupling map of n qubits connected to each of their neighbors in a ring.""" cmap = cls(description="ring") cmap.graph = rx.generators.directed_cycle_graph(num_qubits, bidirectional=bidirectional) return cmap
[docs] @classmethod def from_grid(cls, num_rows, num_columns, bidirectional=True) -> "CouplingMap": """Return a coupling map of qubits connected on a grid of num_rows x num_columns.""" cmap = cls(description="grid") cmap.graph = rx.generators.directed_grid_graph( num_rows, num_columns, bidirectional=bidirectional ) return cmap
[docs] @classmethod def from_heavy_hex(cls, distance, bidirectional=True) -> "CouplingMap": """Return a heavy hexagon graph coupling map. A heavy hexagon graph is described in: Args: distance (int): The code distance for the generated heavy hex graph. The value for distance can be any odd positive integer. The distance relates to the number of qubits by: :math:`n = \\frac{5d^2 - 2d - 1}{2}` where :math:`n` is the number of qubits and :math:`d` is the ``distance`` parameter. bidirectional (bool): Whether the edges in the output coupling graph are bidirectional or not. By default this is set to ``True`` Returns: CouplingMap: A heavy hex coupling graph """ cmap = cls(description="heavy-hex") cmap.graph = rx.generators.directed_heavy_hex_graph(distance, bidirectional=bidirectional) return cmap
[docs] @classmethod def from_heavy_square(cls, distance, bidirectional=True) -> "CouplingMap": """Return a heavy square graph coupling map. A heavy square graph is described in: Args: distance (int): The code distance for the generated heavy square graph. The value for distance can be any odd positive integer. The distance relates to the number of qubits by: :math:`n = 3d^2 - 2d` where :math:`n` is the number of qubits and :math:`d` is the ``distance`` parameter. bidirectional (bool): Whether the edges in the output coupling graph are bidirectional or not. By default this is set to ``True`` Returns: CouplingMap: A heavy square coupling graph """ cmap = cls(description="heavy-square") cmap.graph = rx.generators.directed_heavy_square_graph( distance, bidirectional=bidirectional ) return cmap
[docs] @classmethod def from_hexagonal_lattice(cls, rows, cols, bidirectional=True) -> "CouplingMap": """Return a hexagonal lattice graph coupling map. Args: rows (int): The number of rows to generate the graph with. cols (int): The number of columns to generate the graph with. bidirectional (bool): Whether the edges in the output coupling graph are bidirectional or not. By default this is set to ``True`` Returns: CouplingMap: A hexagonal lattice coupling graph """ cmap = cls(description="hexagonal-lattice") cmap.graph = rx.generators.directed_hexagonal_lattice_graph( rows, cols, bidirectional=bidirectional ) return cmap
[docs] def largest_connected_component(self): """Return a set of qubits in the largest connected component.""" return max(rx.weakly_connected_components(self.graph), key=len)
[docs] def connected_components(self) -> List["CouplingMap"]: """Separate a :Class:`~.CouplingMap` into subgraph :class:`~.CouplingMap` for each connected component. The connected components of a :class:`~.CouplingMap` are the subgraphs that are not part of any larger subgraph. For example, if you had a coupling map that looked like:: 0 --> 1 4 --> 5 ---> 6 --> 7 | | | | V V 2 --> 3 then the connected components of that graph are the subgraphs:: 0 --> 1 | | | | V V 2 --> 3 and:: 4 --> 5 ---> 6 --> 7 For a connected :class:`~.CouplingMap` object there is only a single connected component, the entire :class:`~.CouplingMap`. This method will return a list of :class:`~.CouplingMap` objects, one for each connected component in this :class:`~.CouplingMap`. The data payload of each node in the :attr:`~.CouplingMap.graph` attribute will contain the qubit number in the original graph. This will enables mapping the qubit index in a component subgraph to the original qubit in the combined :class:`~.CouplingMap`. For example:: from qiskit.transpiler import CouplingMap cmap = CouplingMap([[0, 1], [1, 2], [2, 0], [3, 4], [4, 5], [5, 3]]) component_cmaps = cmap.connected_components() print(component_cmaps[1].graph[0]) will print ``3`` as index ``0`` in the second component is qubit 3 in the original cmap. Returns: list: A list of :class:`~.CouplingMap` objects for each connected components. The order of this list is deterministic but implementation specific and shouldn't be relied upon as part of the API. """ # Set payload to index for node in self.graph.node_indices(): self.graph[node] = node components = rx.weakly_connected_components(self.graph) output_list = [] for component in components: new_cmap = CouplingMap() new_cmap.graph = self.graph.subgraph(sorted(component)) output_list.append(new_cmap) return output_list
def __str__(self): """Return a string representation of the coupling graph.""" string = "" if self.get_edges(): string += "[" string += ", ".join([f"[{src}, {dst}]" for (src, dst) in self.get_edges()]) string += "]" return string def __eq__(self, other): """Check if the graph in ``other`` has the same node labels and edges as the graph in ``self``. This function assumes that the graphs in :class:`.CouplingMap` instances are connected. Args: other (CouplingMap): The other coupling map. Returns: bool: Whether or not other is isomorphic to self. """ if not isinstance(other, CouplingMap): return False return set(self.graph.edge_list()) == set(other.graph.edge_list())
[docs] def draw(self): """Draws the coupling map. This function calls the :func:`~rustworkx.visualization.graphviz_draw` function from the ``rustworkx`` package to draw the :class:`CouplingMap` object. Returns: PIL.Image: Drawn coupling map. """ return graphviz_draw(self.graph, method="neato")