- class RealMcLachlanPrinciple(qgt=None, gradient=None)[source]¶
Class for a Real McLachlan’s Variational Principle. It aims to minimize the distance between both sides of the Schrödinger equation with a quantum state given as a parametrized trial state. The principle leads to a system of linear equations handled by a linear solver. The real variant means that we consider real time dynamics.
qgt (BaseQGT | None) – Instance of a the GQT class used to compute the QFI. If
gradient (BaseEstimatorGradient | None) – Instance of a class used to compute the state gradient. If
AlgorithmError – If the gradient instance does not contain an estimator.
Methods Defined Here
Calculates an evolution gradient according to the rules of this variational principle.