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Source code for qiskit.circuit.library.n_local.n_local

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"""The n-local circuit class."""

from typing import Union, Optional, List, Any, Tuple, Sequence, Set, Callable
from itertools import combinations
import warnings

import numpy
from qiskit.circuit.quantumcircuit import QuantumCircuit
from qiskit.circuit.quantumregister import QuantumRegister
from qiskit.circuit import Instruction, Parameter, ParameterVector, ParameterExpression
from qiskit.exceptions import QiskitError

from ..blueprintcircuit import BlueprintCircuit


[docs]class NLocal(BlueprintCircuit): """The n-local circuit class. The structure of the n-local circuit are alternating rotation and entanglement layers. In both layers, parameterized circuit-blocks act on the circuit in a defined way. In the rotation layer, the blocks are applied stacked on top of each other, while in the entanglement layer according to the ``entanglement`` strategy. The circuit blocks can have arbitrary sizes (smaller equal to the number of qubits in the circuit). Each layer is repeated ``reps`` times, and by default a final rotation layer is appended. For instance, a rotation block on 2 qubits and an entanglement block on 4 qubits using ``'linear'`` entanglement yields the following circuit. .. parsed-literal:: ┌──────┐ ░ ┌──────┐ ░ ┌──────┐ ┤0 ├─░─┤0 ├──────────────── ... ─░─┤0 ├ │ Rot │ ░ │ │┌──────┐ ░ │ Rot │ ┤1 ├─░─┤1 ├┤0 ├──────── ... ─░─┤1 ├ ├──────┤ ░ │ Ent ││ │┌──────┐ ░ ├──────┤ ┤0 ├─░─┤2 ├┤1 ├┤0 ├ ... ─░─┤0 ├ │ Rot │ ░ │ ││ Ent ││ │ ░ │ Rot │ ┤1 ├─░─┤3 ├┤2 ├┤1 ├ ... ─░─┤1 ├ ├──────┤ ░ └──────┘│ ││ Ent │ ░ ├──────┤ ┤0 ├─░─────────┤3 ├┤2 ├ ... ─░─┤0 ├ │ Rot │ ░ └──────┘│ │ ░ │ Rot │ ┤1 ├─░─────────────────┤3 ├ ... ─░─┤1 ├ └──────┘ ░ └──────┘ ░ └──────┘ | | +---------------------------------+ repeated reps times If specified, barriers can be inserted in between every block. If an initial state object of Qiskit Aqua is provided, it is added in front of the NLocal. """ def __init__( self, num_qubits: Optional[int] = None, rotation_blocks: Optional[ Union[QuantumCircuit, List[QuantumCircuit], Instruction, List[Instruction]] ] = None, entanglement_blocks: Optional[ Union[QuantumCircuit, List[QuantumCircuit], Instruction, List[Instruction]] ] = None, entanglement: Optional[Union[List[int], List[List[int]]]] = None, reps: int = 1, insert_barriers: bool = False, parameter_prefix: str = "θ", overwrite_block_parameters: Union[bool, List[List[Parameter]]] = True, skip_final_rotation_layer: bool = False, skip_unentangled_qubits: bool = False, initial_state: Optional[Any] = None, name: Optional[str] = "nlocal", ) -> None: """Create a new n-local circuit. Args: num_qubits: The number of qubits of the circuit. rotation_blocks: The blocks used in the rotation layers. If multiple are passed, these will be applied one after another (like new sub-layers). entanglement_blocks: The blocks used in the entanglement layers. If multiple are passed, these will be applied one after another. To use different entanglements for the sub-layers, see :meth:`get_entangler_map`. entanglement: The indices specifying on which qubits the input blocks act. If None, the entanglement blocks are applied at the top of the circuit. reps: Specifies how often the rotation blocks and entanglement blocks are repeated. insert_barriers: If True, barriers are inserted in between each layer. If False, no barriers are inserted. parameter_prefix: The prefix used if default parameters are generated. overwrite_block_parameters: If the parameters in the added blocks should be overwritten. If False, the parameters in the blocks are not changed. skip_final_rotation_layer: Whether a final rotation layer is added to the circuit. skip_unentangled_qubits: If ``True``, the rotation gates act only on qubits that are entangled. If ``False``, the rotation gates act on all qubits. initial_state: A `QuantumCircuit` object which can be used to describe an initial state prepended to the NLocal circuit. name: The name of the circuit. Examples: TODO Raises: ImportError: If an ``initial_state`` is specified but Qiskit Aqua is not installed. ValueError: If reps parameter is less than or equal to 0. TypeError: If reps parameter is not an int value. """ super().__init__(name=name) self._num_qubits = None self._insert_barriers = insert_barriers self._reps = reps self._entanglement_blocks = [] self._rotation_blocks = [] self._prepended_blocks = [] self._prepended_entanglement = [] self._appended_blocks = [] self._appended_entanglement = [] self._entanglement = None self._entangler_maps = None self._ordered_parameters = ParameterVector(name=parameter_prefix) self._overwrite_block_parameters = overwrite_block_parameters self._skip_final_rotation_layer = skip_final_rotation_layer self._skip_unentangled_qubits = skip_unentangled_qubits self._initial_state, self._initial_state_circuit = None, None self._bounds = None if int(reps) != reps: raise TypeError("The value of reps should be int") if reps < 0: raise ValueError("The value of reps should be larger than or equal to 0") if num_qubits is not None: self.num_qubits = num_qubits if entanglement_blocks is not None: self.entanglement_blocks = entanglement_blocks if rotation_blocks is not None: self.rotation_blocks = rotation_blocks if entanglement is not None: self.entanglement = entanglement if initial_state is not None: self.initial_state = initial_state @property def num_qubits(self) -> int: """Returns the number of qubits in this circuit. Returns: The number of qubits. """ return self._num_qubits if self._num_qubits is not None else 0 @num_qubits.setter def num_qubits(self, num_qubits: int) -> None: """Set the number of qubits for the n-local circuit. Args: The new number of qubits. """ if self._num_qubits != num_qubits: # invalidate the circuit self._invalidate() self._num_qubits = num_qubits self.qregs = [QuantumRegister(num_qubits, name="q")] def _convert_to_block(self, layer: Any) -> QuantumCircuit: """Try to convert ``layer`` to a QuantumCircuit. Args: layer: The object to be converted to an NLocal block / Instruction. Returns: The layer converted to a circuit. Raises: TypeError: If the input cannot be converted to a circuit. """ if isinstance(layer, QuantumCircuit): return layer if isinstance(layer, Instruction): circuit = QuantumCircuit(layer.num_qubits) circuit.append(layer, list(range(layer.num_qubits))) return circuit try: circuit = QuantumCircuit(layer.num_qubits) circuit.append(layer.to_instruction(), list(range(layer.num_qubits))) return circuit except AttributeError: pass raise TypeError(f"Adding a {type(layer)} to an NLocal is not supported.") @property def rotation_blocks(self) -> List[Instruction]: """The blocks in the rotation layers. Returns: The blocks in the rotation layers. """ return self._rotation_blocks @rotation_blocks.setter def rotation_blocks( self, blocks: Union[QuantumCircuit, List[QuantumCircuit], Instruction, List[Instruction]] ) -> None: """Set the blocks in the rotation layers. Args: blocks: The new blocks for the rotation layers. """ # cannot check for the attribute ``'__len__'`` because a circuit also has this attribute if not isinstance(blocks, (list, numpy.ndarray)): blocks = [blocks] self._invalidate() self._rotation_blocks = [self._convert_to_block(block) for block in blocks] @property def entanglement_blocks(self) -> List[Instruction]: """The blocks in the entanglement layers. Returns: The blocks in the entanglement layers. """ return self._entanglement_blocks @entanglement_blocks.setter def entanglement_blocks( self, blocks: Union[QuantumCircuit, List[QuantumCircuit], Instruction, List[Instruction]] ) -> None: """Set the blocks in the entanglement layers. Args: blocks: The new blocks for the entanglement layers. """ # cannot check for the attribute ``'__len__'`` because a circuit also has this attribute if not isinstance(blocks, (list, numpy.ndarray)): blocks = [blocks] self._invalidate() self._entanglement_blocks = [self._convert_to_block(block) for block in blocks] @property def entanglement( self, ) -> Union[ str, List[str], List[List[str]], List[int], List[List[int]], List[List[List[int]]], List[List[List[List[int]]]], Callable[[int], str], Callable[[int], List[List[int]]], ]: """Get the entanglement strategy. Returns: The entanglement strategy, see :meth:`get_entangler_map` for more detail on how the format is interpreted. """ return self._entanglement @entanglement.setter def entanglement( self, entanglement: Optional[ Union[ str, List[str], List[List[str]], List[int], List[List[int]], List[List[List[int]]], List[List[List[List[int]]]], Callable[[int], str], Callable[[int], List[List[int]]], ] ], ) -> None: """Set the entanglement strategy. Args: entanglement: The entanglement strategy. See :meth:`get_entangler_map` for more detail on the supported formats. """ self._invalidate() self._entanglement = entanglement @property def num_layers(self) -> int: """Return the number of layers in the n-local circuit. Returns: The number of layers in the circuit. """ return 2 * self._reps + int(not self._skip_final_rotation_layer) def _check_configuration(self, raise_on_failure: bool = True) -> bool: """Check if the configuration of the NLocal class is valid. Args: raise_on_failure: Whether to raise on failure. Returns: True, if the configuration is valid and the circuit can be constructed. Otherwise an ValueError is raised. Raises: ValueError: If the blocks are not set. ValueError: If the number of repetitions is not set. ValueError: If the qubit indices are not set. ValueError: If the number of qubit indices does not match the number of blocks. ValueError: If an index in the repetitions list exceeds the number of blocks. ValueError: If the number of repetitions does not match the number of block-wise parameters. ValueError: If a specified qubit index is larger than the (manually set) number of qubits. """ valid = True if self.num_qubits is None: valid = False if raise_on_failure: raise ValueError("No number of qubits specified.") # check no needed parameters are None if self.entanglement_blocks is None and self.rotation_blocks is None: valid = False if raise_on_failure: raise ValueError("The blocks are not set.") return valid @property def ordered_parameters(self) -> List[Parameter]: """The parameters used in the underlying circuit. This includes float values and duplicates. Examples: >>> # prepare circuit ... >>> print(nlocal) ┌───────┐┌──────────┐┌──────────┐┌──────────┐ q_0: ┤ Ry(1) ├┤ Ry(θ[1]) ├┤ Ry(θ[1]) ├┤ Ry(θ[3]) ├ └───────┘└──────────┘└──────────┘└──────────┘ >>> nlocal.parameters {Parameter(θ[1]), Parameter(θ[3])} >>> nlocal.ordered_parameters [1, Parameter(θ[1]), Parameter(θ[1]), Parameter(θ[3])] Returns: The parameters objects used in the circuit. """ if isinstance(self._ordered_parameters, ParameterVector): self._ordered_parameters.resize(self.num_parameters_settable) return list(self._ordered_parameters) return self._ordered_parameters @ordered_parameters.setter def ordered_parameters(self, parameters: Union[ParameterVector, List[Parameter]]) -> None: """Set the parameters used in the underlying circuit. Args: The parameters to be used in the underlying circuit. Raises: ValueError: If the length of ordered parameters does not match the number of parameters in the circuit and they are not a ``ParameterVector`` (which could be resized to fit the number of parameters). """ if ( not isinstance(parameters, ParameterVector) and len(parameters) != self.num_parameters_settable ): raise ValueError( "The length of ordered parameters must be equal to the number of " "settable parameters in the circuit ({}), but is {}".format( self.num_parameters_settable, len(parameters) ) ) self._ordered_parameters = parameters self._invalidate() @property def insert_barriers(self) -> bool: """If barriers are inserted in between the layers or not. Returns: True, if barriers are inserted in between the layers, False if not. """ return self._insert_barriers @insert_barriers.setter def insert_barriers(self, insert_barriers: bool) -> None: """Specify whether barriers should be inserted in between the layers or not. Args: insert_barriers: If True, barriers are inserted, if False not. """ # if insert_barriers changes, we have to invalidate the circuit definition, # if it is the same as before we can leave the NLocal instance as it is if insert_barriers is not self._insert_barriers: self._invalidate() self._insert_barriers = insert_barriers
[docs] def get_unentangled_qubits(self) -> Set[int]: """Get the indices of unentangled qubits in a set. Returns: The unentangled qubits. """ entangled_qubits = set() for i in range(self._reps): for j, block in enumerate(self.entanglement_blocks): entangler_map = self.get_entangler_map(i, j, block.num_qubits) entangled_qubits.update([idx for indices in entangler_map for idx in indices]) unentangled_qubits = set(range(self.num_qubits)) - entangled_qubits return unentangled_qubits
@property def num_parameters_settable(self) -> int: """The number of total parameters that can be set to distinct values. This does not change when the parameters are bound or exchanged for same parameters, and therefore is different from ``num_parameters`` which counts the number of unique :class:`~qiskit.circuit.Parameter` objects currently in the circuit. Returns: The number of parameters originally available in the circuit. Note: This quantity does not require the circuit to be built yet. """ num = 0 for i in range(self._reps): for j, block in enumerate(self.entanglement_blocks): entangler_map = self.get_entangler_map(i, j, block.num_qubits) num += len(entangler_map) * len(get_parameters(block)) if self._skip_unentangled_qubits: unentangled_qubits = self.get_unentangled_qubits() num_rot = 0 for block in self.rotation_blocks: block_indices = [ list(range(j * block.num_qubits, (j + 1) * block.num_qubits)) for j in range(self.num_qubits // block.num_qubits) ] if self._skip_unentangled_qubits: block_indices = [ indices for indices in block_indices if set(indices).isdisjoint(unentangled_qubits) ] num_rot += len(block_indices) * len(get_parameters(block)) num += num_rot * (self._reps + int(not self._skip_final_rotation_layer)) return num @property def reps(self) -> int: """The number of times rotation and entanglement block are repeated. Returns: The number of repetitions. """ return self._reps @reps.setter def reps(self, repetitions: int) -> None: """Set the repetitions. If the repetitions are `0`, only one rotation layer with no entanglement layers is applied (unless ``self.skip_final_rotation_layer`` is set to ``True``). Args: repetitions: The new repetitions. Raises: ValueError: If reps setter has parameter repetitions < 0. """ if repetitions < 0: raise ValueError("The repetitions should be larger than or equal to 0") if repetitions != self._reps: self._invalidate() self._reps = repetitions
[docs] def print_settings(self) -> str: """Returns information about the setting. Returns: The class name and the attributes/parameters of the instance as ``str``. """ ret = f"NLocal: {self.__class__.__name__}\n" params = "" for key, value in self.__dict__.items(): if key[0] == "_": params += f"-- {key[1:]}: {value}\n" ret += f"{params}" return ret
@property def preferred_init_points(self) -> Optional[List[float]]: """The initial points for the parameters. Can be stored as initial guess in optimization. Returns: The initial values for the parameters, or None, if none have been set. """ return None # pylint: disable=too-many-return-statements
[docs] def get_entangler_map( self, rep_num: int, block_num: int, num_block_qubits: int ) -> List[List[int]]: """Get the entangler map for in the repetition ``rep_num`` and the block ``block_num``. The entangler map for the current block is derived from the value of ``self.entanglement``. Below the different cases are listed, where ``i`` and ``j`` denote the repetition number and the block number, respectively, and ``n`` the number of qubits in the block. entanglement type | entangler map -------------------------------+-------------------------------------------------------- None | [[0, ..., n - 1]] str (e.g 'full') | the specified connectivity on ``n`` qubits List[int] | [``entanglement``] List[List[int]] | ``entanglement`` List[List[List[int]]] | ``entanglement[i]`` List[List[List[List[int]]]] | ``entanglement[i][j]`` List[str] | the connectivity specified in ``entanglement[i]`` List[List[str]] | the connectivity specified in ``entanglement[i][j]`` Callable[int, str] | same as List[str] Callable[int, List[List[int]]] | same as List[List[List[int]]] Note that all indices are to be taken modulo the length of the array they act on, i.e. no out-of-bounds index error will be raised but we re-iterate from the beginning of the list. Args: rep_num: The current repetition we are in. block_num: The block number within the entanglement layers. num_block_qubits: The number of qubits in the block. Returns: The entangler map for the current block in the current repetition. Raises: ValueError: If the value of ``entanglement`` could not be cast to a corresponding entangler map. """ i, j, n = rep_num, block_num, num_block_qubits entanglement = self._entanglement # entanglement is None if entanglement is None: return [list(range(n))] # entanglement is callable if callable(entanglement): entanglement = entanglement(i) # entanglement is str if isinstance(entanglement, str): return get_entangler_map(n, self.num_qubits, entanglement, offset=i) # check if entanglement is list of something if not isinstance(entanglement, (tuple, list)): raise ValueError(f"Invalid value of entanglement: {entanglement}") num_i = len(entanglement) # entanglement is List[str] if all(isinstance(en, str) for en in entanglement): return get_entangler_map(n, self.num_qubits, entanglement[i % num_i], offset=i) # entanglement is List[int] if all(isinstance(en, (int, numpy.integer)) for en in entanglement): return [[int(en) for en in entanglement]] # check if entanglement is List[List] if not all(isinstance(en, (tuple, list)) for en in entanglement): raise ValueError(f"Invalid value of entanglement: {entanglement}") num_j = len(entanglement[i % num_i]) # entanglement is List[List[str]] if all(isinstance(e2, str) for en in entanglement for e2 in en): return get_entangler_map( n, self.num_qubits, entanglement[i % num_i][j % num_j], offset=i ) # entanglement is List[List[int]] if all(isinstance(e2, (int, numpy.int32, numpy.int64)) for en in entanglement for e2 in en): for ind, en in enumerate(entanglement): entanglement[ind] = tuple(map(int, en)) return entanglement # check if entanglement is List[List[List]] if not all(isinstance(e2, (tuple, list)) for en in entanglement for e2 in en): raise ValueError(f"Invalid value of entanglement: {entanglement}") # entanglement is List[List[List[int]]] if all( isinstance(e3, (int, numpy.int32, numpy.int64)) for en in entanglement for e2 in en for e3 in e2 ): for en in entanglement: for ind, e2 in enumerate(en): en[ind] = tuple(map(int, e2)) return entanglement[i % num_i] # check if entanglement is List[List[List[List]]] if not all(isinstance(e3, (tuple, list)) for en in entanglement for e2 in en for e3 in e2): raise ValueError(f"Invalid value of entanglement: {entanglement}") # entanglement is List[List[List[List[int]]]] if all( isinstance(e4, (int, numpy.int32, numpy.int64)) for en in entanglement for e2 in en for e3 in e2 for e4 in e3 ): for en in entanglement: for e2 in en: for ind, e3 in enumerate(e2): e2[ind] = tuple(map(int, e3)) return entanglement[i % num_i][j % num_j] raise ValueError(f"Invalid value of entanglement: {entanglement}")
@property def initial_state(self) -> Any: """Return the initial state that is added in front of the n-local circuit. Returns: The initial state. """ return self._initial_state @initial_state.setter def initial_state(self, initial_state: Any) -> None: """Set the initial state. Args: initial_state: The new initial state. Raises: ValueError: If the number of qubits has been set before and the initial state does not match the number of qubits. """ self._initial_state = initial_state # If there is an initial state object, check that the number of qubits is compatible # construct the circuit immediately. If the InitialState could modify the number of qubits # we could also do this later at circuit construction. if not isinstance(self._initial_state, QuantumCircuit): warnings.warn( "The initial_state argument of the NLocal class " "should be a QuantumCircuit. Passing any other type is " "deprecated as of Qiskit Terra 0.18.0, and " "will be removed no earlier than 3 months after that " "release date.", DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2, ) initial_state_circuit = initial_state.construct_circuit(mode="circuit") # the initial state dictates the number of qubits since we do not have information # about on which qubits the initial state acts if self._num_qubits is not None and initial_state_circuit.num_qubits != self.num_qubits: raise ValueError( "Mismatching number of qubits in initial state and n-local circuit." ) self._invalidate() @property def parameter_bounds(self) -> Optional[List[Tuple[float, float]]]: """The parameter bounds for the unbound parameters in the circuit. Returns: A list of pairs indicating the bounds, as (lower, upper). None indicates an unbounded parameter in the corresponding direction. If None is returned, problem is fully unbounded. """ if not self._is_built: self._build() return self._bounds @parameter_bounds.setter def parameter_bounds(self, bounds: List[Tuple[float, float]]) -> None: """Set the parameter bounds. Args: bounds: The new parameter bounds. """ self._bounds = bounds
[docs] def add_layer( self, other: Union["NLocal", Instruction, QuantumCircuit], entanglement: Optional[Union[List[int], str, List[List[int]]]] = None, front: bool = False, ) -> "NLocal": """Append another layer to the NLocal. Args: other: The layer to compose, can be another NLocal, an Instruction or Gate, or a QuantumCircuit. entanglement: The entanglement or qubit indices. front: If True, ``other`` is appended to the front, else to the back. Returns: self, such that chained composes are possible. Raises: TypeError: If `other` is not compatible, i.e. is no Instruction and does not have a `to_instruction` method. """ block = self._convert_to_block(other) if entanglement is None: entanglement = [list(range(block.num_qubits))] elif isinstance(entanglement, list) and not isinstance(entanglement[0], list): entanglement = [entanglement] if front: self._prepended_blocks += [block] self._prepended_entanglement += [entanglement] else: self._appended_blocks += [block] self._appended_entanglement += [entanglement] if isinstance(entanglement, list): num_qubits = 1 + max(max(indices) for indices in entanglement) if num_qubits > self.num_qubits: self._invalidate() # rebuild circuit self.num_qubits = num_qubits # modify the circuit accordingly if front is False and self._is_built: if self._insert_barriers and len(self.data) > 0: self.barrier() if isinstance(entanglement, str): entangler_map = get_entangler_map(block.num_qubits, self.num_qubits, entanglement) else: entangler_map = entanglement layer = QuantumCircuit(self.num_qubits) for i in entangler_map: params = self.ordered_parameters[-len(get_parameters(block)) :] parameterized_block = self._parameterize_block(block, params=params) layer.compose(parameterized_block, i, inplace=True) self.compose(layer, inplace=True) else: # cannot prepend a block currently, just rebuild self._invalidate() return self
[docs] def assign_parameters( self, parameters: Union[dict, List[float], List[Parameter], ParameterVector], inplace: bool = False, ) -> Optional[QuantumCircuit]: """Assign parameters to the n-local circuit. This method also supports passing a list instead of a dictionary. If a list is passed, the list must have the same length as the number of unbound parameters in the circuit. The parameters are assigned in the order of the parameters in :meth:`ordered_parameters`. Returns: A copy of the NLocal circuit with the specified parameters. Raises: AttributeError: If the parameters are given as list and do not match the number of parameters. """ if parameters is None or len(parameters) == 0: return self if not self._is_built: self._build() return super().assign_parameters(parameters, inplace=inplace)
def _parameterize_block( self, block, param_iter=None, rep_num=None, block_num=None, indices=None, params=None ): """Convert ``block`` to a circuit of correct width and parameterized using the iterator.""" if self._overwrite_block_parameters: # check if special parameters should be used # pylint: disable=assignment-from-none if params is None: params = self._parameter_generator(rep_num, block_num, indices) if params is None: params = [next(param_iter) for _ in range(len(get_parameters(block)))] update = dict(zip(block.parameters, params)) return block.assign_parameters(update) return block.copy() def _build_rotation_layer(self, circuit, param_iter, i): """Build a rotation layer.""" # if the unentangled qubits are skipped, compute the set of qubits that are not entangled if self._skip_unentangled_qubits: unentangled_qubits = self.get_unentangled_qubits() # iterate over all rotation blocks for j, block in enumerate(self.rotation_blocks): # create a new layer layer = QuantumCircuit(*self.qregs) # we apply the rotation gates stacked on top of each other, i.e. # if we have 4 qubits and a rotation block of width 2, we apply two instances block_indices = [ list(range(k * block.num_qubits, (k + 1) * block.num_qubits)) for k in range(self.num_qubits // block.num_qubits) ] # if unentangled qubits should not be acted on, remove all operations that # touch an unentangled qubit if self._skip_unentangled_qubits: block_indices = [ indices for indices in block_indices if set(indices).isdisjoint(unentangled_qubits) ] # apply the operations in the layer for indices in block_indices: parameterized_block = self._parameterize_block(block, param_iter, i, j, indices) layer.compose(parameterized_block, indices, inplace=True) # add the layer to the circuit circuit.compose(layer, inplace=True) def _build_entanglement_layer(self, circuit, param_iter, i): """Build an entanglement layer.""" # iterate over all entanglement blocks for j, block in enumerate(self.entanglement_blocks): # create a new layer and get the entangler map for this block layer = QuantumCircuit(*self.qregs) entangler_map = self.get_entangler_map(i, j, block.num_qubits) # apply the operations in the layer for indices in entangler_map: parameterized_block = self._parameterize_block(block, param_iter, i, j, indices) layer.compose(parameterized_block, indices, inplace=True) # add the layer to the circuit circuit.compose(layer, inplace=True) def _build_additional_layers(self, circuit, which): if which == "appended": blocks = self._appended_blocks entanglements = self._appended_entanglement elif which == "prepended": blocks = reversed(self._prepended_blocks) entanglements = reversed(self._prepended_entanglement) else: raise ValueError("`which` must be either `appended` or `prepended`.") for block, ent in zip(blocks, entanglements): layer = QuantumCircuit(*self.qregs) if isinstance(ent, str): ent = get_entangler_map(block.num_qubits, self.num_qubits, ent) for indices in ent: layer.compose(block, indices, inplace=True) circuit.compose(layer, inplace=True) def _build(self) -> None: """If not already built, build the circuit.""" if self._is_built: return super()._build() if self.num_qubits == 0: return circuit = QuantumCircuit(*self.qregs, name=self.name) # use the initial state as starting circuit, if it is set if self.initial_state: if isinstance(self.initial_state, QuantumCircuit): initial = self.initial_state.copy() else: initial = self.initial_state.construct_circuit("circuit", register=self.qregs[0]) circuit.compose(initial, inplace=True) param_iter = iter(self.ordered_parameters) # build the prepended layers self._build_additional_layers(circuit, "prepended") # main loop to build the entanglement and rotation layers for i in range(self.reps): # insert barrier if specified and there is a preceding layer if self._insert_barriers and (i > 0 or len(self._prepended_blocks) > 0): circuit.barrier() # build the rotation layer self._build_rotation_layer(circuit, param_iter, i) # barrier in between rotation and entanglement layer if self._insert_barriers and len(self._rotation_blocks) > 0: circuit.barrier() # build the entanglement layer self._build_entanglement_layer(circuit, param_iter, i) # add the final rotation layer if not self._skip_final_rotation_layer: if self.insert_barriers and self.reps > 0: circuit.barrier() self._build_rotation_layer(circuit, param_iter, self.reps) # add the appended layers self._build_additional_layers(circuit, "appended") # cast global phase to float if it has no free parameters if isinstance(circuit.global_phase, ParameterExpression): try: circuit.global_phase = float(circuit.global_phase) except TypeError: # expression contains free parameters pass try: block = circuit.to_gate() except QiskitError: block = circuit.to_instruction() self.append(block, self.qubits) # pylint: disable=unused-argument def _parameter_generator(self, rep: int, block: int, indices: List[int]) -> Optional[Parameter]: """If certain blocks should use certain parameters this method can be overriden.""" return None
def get_parameters(block: Union[QuantumCircuit, Instruction]) -> List[Parameter]: """Return the list of Parameters objects inside a circuit or instruction. This is required since, in a standard gate the parameters are not necessarily Parameter objects (e.g. U3Gate(0.1, 0.2, 0.3).params == [0.1, 0.2, 0.3]) and instructions and circuits do not have the same interface for parameters. """ if isinstance(block, QuantumCircuit): return list(block.parameters) else: return [p for p in block.params if isinstance(p, ParameterExpression)] def get_entangler_map( num_block_qubits: int, num_circuit_qubits: int, entanglement: str, offset: int = 0 ) -> List[Sequence[int]]: """Get an entangler map for an arbitrary number of qubits. Args: num_block_qubits: The number of qubits of the entangling block. num_circuit_qubits: The number of qubits of the circuit. entanglement: The entanglement strategy. offset: The block offset, can be used if the entanglements differ per block. See mode ``sca`` for instance. Returns: The entangler map using mode ``entanglement`` to scatter a block of ``num_block_qubits`` qubits on ``num_circuit_qubits`` qubits. Raises: ValueError: If the entanglement mode ist not supported. """ n, m = num_circuit_qubits, num_block_qubits if m > n: raise ValueError( "The number of block qubits must be smaller or equal to the number of " "qubits in the circuit." ) if entanglement == "pairwise" and num_block_qubits > 2: raise ValueError("Pairwise entanglement is not defined for blocks with more than 2 qubits.") if entanglement == "full": return list(combinations(list(range(n)), m)) elif entanglement == "reverse_linear": # reverse linear connectivity. In the case of m=2 and the entanglement_block='cx' # then it's equivalent to 'full' entanglement reverse = [tuple(range(n - i - m, n - i)) for i in range(n - m + 1)] return reverse elif entanglement in ["linear", "circular", "sca", "pairwise"]: linear = [tuple(range(i, i + m)) for i in range(n - m + 1)] # if the number of block qubits is 1, we don't have to add the 'circular' part if entanglement == "linear" or m == 1: return linear if entanglement == "pairwise": return linear[::2] + linear[1::2] # circular equals linear plus top-bottom entanglement (if there's space for it) if n > m: circular = [tuple(range(n - m + 1, n)) + (0,)] + linear else: circular = linear if entanglement == "circular": return circular # sca is circular plus shift and reverse shifted = circular[-offset:] + circular[:-offset] if offset % 2 == 1: # if odd, reverse the qubit indices sca = [ind[::-1] for ind in shifted] else: sca = shifted return sca else: raise ValueError(f"Unsupported entanglement type: {entanglement}")