quipper-rendering: An embedded, scalable functional programming language for quantum computing.
Quipper is an embedded, scalable functional programming language for quantum computing. It provides, among other things:
A high-level circuit description language. This includes gate-by-gate descriptions of circuit fragments, as well as powerful operators for assembling and manipulating circuits.
A monadic semantics, allowing for a mixture of procedural and declarative programming styles.
Built-in facilities for automatic synthesis of reversible quantum circuits, including from classical code.
Support for hierarchical circuits.
Extensible quantum data types.
Programmable circuit transformers.
Support for three execution phases: compile time, circuit generation time, and circuit execution time. A dynamic lifting operation to allow circuit generation to be parametric on values generated at circuit execution time.
Extensive libraries of quantum functions, including: libraries for quantum integer and fixed-point arithmetic; the Quantum Fourier transform; an efficient Qram implementation; libraries for simulation of pseudo-classical circuits, Stabilizer circuits, and arbitrary circuits; libraries for exact and approximate decomposition of circuits into specific gate sets.
This package contains the rendering part, which has been separated to reduce dependencies in quipper-core.
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|Dependencies||base (>=4.6 && <4.10), containers (==0.5.*), directory (==1.2.*), easyrender (==0.1.*), mtl (>=2.1 && <2.3), primes (==0.2.*), process (>=1.1 && <1.5), quipper-core (==0.8.*), random (>=1.0 && <1.2), template-haskell (>=2.8 && <2.12), unix (>=2.6 && <2.8) [details]|
|Copyright||Copyright (C) 2012-2013 Applied Communication Sciences.|
|Author||Applied Communication Sciences|
|Uploaded||by miniBill at 2017-01-06T22:10:17Z|
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