SnuQS is a full-state simulation framework, SnuQS. It exploits storage devices, such as HDDs and NVMe SSDs, to enlarge the available main memory capacity at a small cost.
SnuQS uses an automatic circuit partitioning technique based on its qubit permutation and amplitude layout. Moreover, SnuQS prefetches amplitudes to overlap computation and I/O. SnuQS com- bines the circuit partitioning technique with the three-step qubit permutation to guarantee that the I/O operations are grouped in a contiguous block, and the block size is large enough to achieve high I/O bandwidth.
SnuQS also provides accompanying quantum benchmark applications: QFT, Grover’s search, Quantum teleportation, 8-cycle 49-qubit quantum supremacy circuit, 8-cycle 53-qubit sycamore circuit, Variational quantum eigensolver, Quantum phase estimation, quantum neural network, QAOA-MAXCUT, and QAOA-3SAT. Each of them is implemented in IBM qiskit and OpenQASM for portability.
Finally, SnuQS provides web-based open source quantum circit composer, which is executable in any browsers.
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Every component of SnuQS can be downloaded from GitHub.
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