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- My Python code for and a video describing this Python-based quantum computer simulator.

A while ago I started writing a quantum computer simulator in order to learn more about quantum computing. It certainly has helped me.

The simulator is written in Python and the development was done on a Raspberry Pi 4. It has also been tested on a pc.

In order to see it do something useful I implemented Grover's algorithm. It can simulate up to 13 qubits although that takes about 1/2 hour to do on the Pi. Running 10 qubits is pretty quick. I plan to tackle Shor's algorithm next.

Here's a link to a video that briefly describes its operation and shows a demo of qubit entanglement plus a demo of Grover's algorithm.

Here's a link to code. This link is also shown at the beginning of the video.

https://github.com/BobWalance/My-qc-simulator-repository

The simulator is written in Python and the development was done on a Raspberry Pi 4. It has also been tested on a pc.

In order to see it do something useful I implemented Grover's algorithm. It can simulate up to 13 qubits although that takes about 1/2 hour to do on the Pi. Running 10 qubits is pretty quick. I plan to tackle Shor's algorithm next.

Here's a link to a video that briefly describes its operation and shows a demo of qubit entanglement plus a demo of Grover's algorithm.

Here's a link to code. This link is also shown at the beginning of the video.

https://github.com/BobWalance/My-qc-simulator-repository