I've been working on a quantum circuit simulator. It works in-browser; you drag-and-drop gates and it shows information about the resulting superposition / mixed state.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm looking for feedback about it. The source code is on github, but you can play with a live version at algorithmicassertions.com/quirk.[/PLAIN] [Broken]

You can link to circuits. Here's a few:

- Quantum teleportation
- Circuit defined by the "quantum pigeonhole" paper
- Quantum fourier transform
- Symmetry breaking

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