Source code for qiskit_aer.library.set_instructions.set_unitary

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Instruction to set the state simulator state to a matrix.

from qiskit.circuit import QuantumCircuit, Instruction
from qiskit.quantum_info import Operator
from ..default_qubits import default_qubits

[docs]class SetUnitary(Instruction): """Set unitary state of the simulator""" _directive = True def __init__(self, state): """Create new instruction to set the unitary simulator state. Args: state (Operator): A unitary matrix. Raises: ValueError: if the input matrix is not state. .. note:: This set instruction must always be performed on the full width of qubits in a circuit, otherwise an exception will be raised during simulation. """ if not isinstance(state, Operator): state = Operator(state) if not state.num_qubits or not state.is_unitary(): raise ValueError("The input matrix is not unitary") super().__init__("set_unitary", state.num_qubits, 0, [])
[docs]def set_unitary(self, state): """Set the state state of the simulator. Args: state (Operator): A state matrix. Returns: QuantumCircuit: with attached instruction. Raises: ValueError: If the state is the incorrect size for the current circuit. ValueError: if the input matrix is not unitary. .. note: This instruction is always defined across all qubits in a circuit. """ qubits = default_qubits(self) if not isinstance(state, Operator): state = Operator(state) if not state.num_qubits or state.num_qubits != len(qubits): raise ValueError( "The size of the unitary matrix for the set_unitary" " instruction must be equal to the number of qubits" f" in the circuit (state.num_qubits ({state.num_qubits})" f" != QuantumCircuit.num_qubits ({self.num_qubits}))." ) return self.append(SetUnitary(state), qubits)
QuantumCircuit.set_unitary = set_unitary