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N2  This paper focuses on the high speed Evolutionary Algorithms (EA) for the synthesis of Quantum circuits. We present a comparative study in the Evolutionary Quantum Logic Synthesis (EQLS) using different circuits representation. In EQLS, circuits are synthesized in large number while the Evolutionary Algorithm searches for a potential solution. The speed of translating the genotype (encoded binary strings) to the phenotype (circuits) depends on how fast is the creation of the circuit functional representation and how fast this representation can be evaluated to determine its function. We present the comparison between an efficient representation of the synthesized quantum circuit as Quantum MultiValued Decision Diagram (QMDD) and a low level parallelized evaluation method using hardware accelerated matrix manipulation. We compare the circuit representation's computation speed as well as the used computational resources on various steps of the overall design of the circuit. As it is shown in the experiments, each approach has its advantages and limitations, and an appropriate choice of each of them yields better results for a subset of the Quantum Logic synthesis (QLS) problems.
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...rily available in quantum technologies 1 . Besides that, initializing quantum registers cannot be simply done because of the exponential statespace of an nqubit register (see the method proposed in ==[22]=). Thus, synthesis approaches should keep track of nc, ng, and n if quantum circuits are particularly addressed. B. Gate Count and Quantum Cost Number of gates has been used to evaluate nearly all syn...
...s than or equal to the quantum cost using CNT if we compare the sum of gate costs. Although the two methods are using different binary reversible gates (CNP vs. CNT), there are prior published method ==[14, 19]= to measure the quantum cost of individual binary reversible gates. Hence, we use the quantum cost as the comparison basis for the two methods. The quantum cost of our CNP implementation is computed b...
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AB  This paper focuses on the high speed Evolutionary Algorithms (EA) for the synthesis of Quantum circuits. We present a comparative study in the Evolutionary Quantum Logic Synthesis (EQLS) using different circuits representation. In EQLS, circuits are synthesized in large number while the Evolutionary Algorithm searches for a potential solution. The speed of translating the genotype (encoded binary strings) to the phenotype (circuits) depends on how fast is the creation of the circuit functional representation and how fast this representation can be evaluated to determine its function. We present the comparison between an efficient representation of the synthesized quantum circuit as Quantum MultiValued Decision Diagram (QMDD) and a low level parallelized evaluation method using hardware accelerated matrix manipulation. We compare the circuit representation's computation speed as well as the used computational resources on various steps of the overall design of the circuit. As it is shown in the experiments, each approach has its advantages and limitations, and an appropriate choice of each of them yields better results for a subset of the Quantum Logic synthesis (QLS) problems.
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This paper focuses on the high speed Evolutionary Algorithms (EA) for the synthesis of Quantum circuits. We present a comparative study in the Evolutionary Quantum Logic Synthesis (EQLS) using different circuits representation. In EQLS, circuits are synthesized in large number while the Evolutionary Algorithm searches for a potential solution. The speed of translating the genotype (encoded binary strings) to the phenotype (circuits) depends on how fast is the creation of the circuit functional representation and how fast this representation can be evaluated to determine its function. We present the comparison between an efficient representation of the synthesized quantum circuit as Quantum MultiValued Decision Diagram (QMDD) and a low level parallelized evaluation method using hardware accelerated matrix manipulation. We compare the circuit representation's computation speed as well as the used computational resources on various steps of the overall design of the circuit. As it is shown in the experiments, each approach has its advantages and limitations, and an appropriate choice of each of them yields better results for a subset of the Quantum Logic synthesis (QLS) problems.
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In 1935, Albert Einstein, together with Nathan Rosen and Boris Podolsky proposed through flawless mathematical reasoning that if the quantum theory were correct, then 'A change in the spin of one particle in a two particle system would affect its twin simultaneously, even if the two had been widely separated in the meantime'. And 'simultaneous' is a dirty word in the theory of special relativity, which forbids the transmission of any signal faster than the speed of light. Obviously, a signal telling the particle 'what to do' would have to travel faster than the speed of light if instantaneous changes were to occur between the two particles.