Source code for pyquil.pyqvm

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import warnings
from abc import ABC, abstractmethod
from collections import defaultdict
from typing import Type, Dict, Tuple, Union, List, Sequence

import numpy as np
from numpy.random.mtrand import RandomState

from pyquil.api import QAM
from pyquil.api._compiler import _extract_program_from_pyquil_executable_response
from pyquil.paulis import PauliTerm, PauliSum
from pyquil.quil import Program
from pyquil.quilbase import Gate, Measurement, ResetQubit, DefGate, JumpTarget, JumpConditional, \
    JumpWhen, JumpUnless, Halt, Wait, Reset, Nop, UnaryClassicalInstruction, ClassicalNeg, \
    ClassicalNot, LogicalBinaryOp, ClassicalAnd, ClassicalInclusiveOr, ClassicalExclusiveOr, \
    ArithmeticBinaryOp, ClassicalAdd, ClassicalSub, ClassicalMul, ClassicalDiv, ClassicalMove, \
    ClassicalExchange, ClassicalConvert, ClassicalLoad, ClassicalStore, ClassicalComparison, \
    ClassicalEqual, ClassicalLessThan, ClassicalLessEqual, ClassicalGreaterThan, \
    ClassicalGreaterEqual, Jump, Pragma, Declare, RawInstr
from pyquil.quilatom import Label, MemoryReference

import logging

from rpcq.messages import PyQuilExecutableResponse

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

QUIL_TO_NUMPY_DTYPE = {
    'INT': np.int_,
    'REAL': np.float_,
    'BIT': np.int8,
    'OCTET': np.uint8,
}


class AbstractQuantumSimulator(ABC):
    @abstractmethod
    def __init__(self, n_qubits: int, rs: RandomState):
        """
        Initialize.

        :param n_qubits: Number of qubits to simulate.
        :param rs: a RandomState (shared with the owning :py:class:`PyQVM`) for
            doing anything stochastic.
        """

    @abstractmethod
    def do_gate(self, gate: Gate) -> 'AbstractQuantumSimulator':
        """
        Perform a gate.

        :return: ``self`` to support method chaining.
        """

    @abstractmethod
    def do_gate_matrix(self, matrix: np.ndarray,
                       qubits: Sequence[int]) -> 'AbstractQuantumSimulator':
        """
        Apply an arbitrary unitary; not necessarily a named gate.

        :param matrix: The unitary matrix to apply. No checks are done
        :param qubits: A list of qubits to apply the unitary to.
        :return: ``self`` to support method chaining.
        """

    def do_program(self, program: Program) -> 'AbstractQuantumSimulator':
        """
        Perform a sequence of gates contained within a program.

        :param program: The program
        :return: self
        """
        for gate in program:
            if not isinstance(gate, Gate):
                raise ValueError("Can only compute the simulate a program composed of `Gate`s")
            self.do_gate(gate)
        return self

    @abstractmethod
    def do_measurement(self, qubit: int) -> int:
        """
        Measure a qubit and collapse the wavefunction

        :return: The measurement result. A 1 or a 0.
        """

    @abstractmethod
    def expectation(self, operator: Union[PauliTerm, PauliSum]) -> complex:
        """
        Compute the expectation of an operator.

        :param operator: The operator
        :return: The operator's expectation value
        """

    @abstractmethod
    def reset(self) -> 'AbstractQuantumSimulator':
        """
        Reset the wavefunction to the |000...00> state.

        :return: ``self`` to support method chaining.
        """

    @abstractmethod
    def sample_bitstrings(self, n_samples) -> np.ndarray:
        """
        Sample bitstrings from the current state.

        :param n_samples: The number of bitstrings to sample
        :return: A numpy array of shape (n_samples, n_qubits)
        """

    @abstractmethod
    def do_post_gate_noise(self, noise_type: str, noise_prob: float,
                           qubits: List[int]) -> 'AbstractQuantumSimulator':
        """
        Apply noise that happens after each gate application.

        WARNING! This is experimental and the signature of this interface will likely change.

        :param noise_type: The name of the noise type
        :param noise_prob: The probability of that noise happening
        :param qubits: Apply noise to these qubits.
        :return: ``self`` to support method chaining
        """


[docs]class PyQVM(QAM): def __init__(self, n_qubits, quantum_simulator_type: Type[AbstractQuantumSimulator] = None, seed=None, post_gate_noise_probabilities: Dict[str, float] = None, ): """ PyQuil's built-in Quil virtual machine. This class implements common control flow and plumbing and dispatches the "actual" work to quantum simulators like ReferenceWavefunctionSimulator, ReferenceDensitySimulator, and NumpyWavefunctionSimulator :param n_qubits: The number of qubits. Typically this results in the allocation of a large ndarray, so be judicious. :param quantum_simulator_type: A class that can be instantiated to handle the quantum aspects of this QVM. If not specified, the default will be either NumpyWavefunctionSimulator (no noise) or ReferenceDensitySimulator (noise) :param post_gate_noise_probabilities: A specification of noise model given by probabilities of certain types of noise. The dictionary keys are from "relaxation", "dephasing", "depolarizing", "phase_flip", "bit_flip", and "bitphase_flip". WARNING: experimental. This interface will likely change. :param seed: An optional random seed for performing stochastic aspects of the QVM. """ if quantum_simulator_type is None: if post_gate_noise_probabilities is None: from pyquil.numpy_simulator import NumpyWavefunctionSimulator quantum_simulator_type = NumpyWavefunctionSimulator else: from pyquil.reference_simulator import ReferenceDensitySimulator log.info("Using ReferenceDensitySimulator as the backend for PyQVM") quantum_simulator_type = ReferenceDensitySimulator self.n_qubits = n_qubits self.ram = {} if post_gate_noise_probabilities is None: post_gate_noise_probabilities = {} self.post_gate_noise_probabilities = post_gate_noise_probabilities self.program = None # type: Program self.program_counter = None # type: int self.defined_gates = dict() # type: Dict[str, np.ndarray] # private implementation details self._qubit_to_ram = None # type: Dict[int, int] self._ro_size = None # type :int self._memory_results = None # type: Dict[str, np.ndarray] self.rs = np.random.RandomState(seed=seed) self.wf_simulator = quantum_simulator_type(n_qubits=n_qubits, rs=self.rs) self._last_measure_program_loc = None def load(self, executable): if isinstance(executable, PyQuilExecutableResponse): program = _extract_program_from_pyquil_executable_response(executable) else: program = executable # initialize program counter self.program = program self.program_counter = 0 self._memory_results = None # clear RAM, although it's not strictly clear if this should happen here self.ram = {} # if we're clearing RAM, we ought to clear the WF too self.wf_simulator.reset() # grab the gate definitions for future use self.defined_gates = dict() for dg in self.program.defined_gates: if dg.parameters is not None and len(dg.parameters) > 0: raise NotImplementedError("PyQVM does not support parameterized DEFGATEs") self.defined_gates[dg.name] = dg.matrix self.status = 'loaded' return self def write_memory(self, *, region_name: str, offset: int = 0, value=None): assert self.status in ['loaded', 'done'] assert region_name != 'ro' self.ram[region_name][offset] = value return self def run(self): self.status = 'running' self._memory_results = {} for _ in range(self.program.num_shots): self.wf_simulator.reset() self.execute(self.program) for name in self.ram.keys(): self._memory_results.setdefault(name, list()) self._memory_results[name].append(self.ram[name]) # TODO: this will need to be removed in merge conflict with #873 self._bitstrings = self._memory_results['ro'] return self def wait(self): assert self.status == 'running' self.status = 'done' return self def read_memory(self, *, region_name: str): return np.asarray(self._memory_results[region_name]) def find_label(self, label: Label): """ Helper function that iterates over the program and looks for a JumpTarget that has a Label matching the input label. :param label: Label object to search for in program :return: Program index where ``label`` is found """ for index, action in enumerate(self.program): if isinstance(action, JumpTarget): if label == action.label: return index raise RuntimeError("Improper program - Jump Target not found in the " "input program!") def transition(self): """ Implements a QAM-like transition. This function assumes ``program`` and ``program_counter`` instance variables are set appropriately, and that the wavefunction simulator and classical memory ``ram`` instance variables are in the desired QAM input state. :return: whether the QAM should halt after this transition. """ instruction = self.program[self.program_counter] if isinstance(instruction, Gate): if instruction.name in self.defined_gates: self.wf_simulator.do_gate_matrix(matrix=self.defined_gates[instruction.name], qubits=[q.index for q in instruction.qubits]) else: self.wf_simulator.do_gate(gate=instruction) for noise_type, noise_prob in self.post_gate_noise_probabilities.items(): self.wf_simulator.do_post_gate_noise(noise_type, noise_prob, qubits=[q.index for q in instruction.qubits]) self.program_counter += 1 elif isinstance(instruction, Measurement): measured_val = self.wf_simulator.do_measurement(qubit=instruction.qubit.index) x = instruction.classical_reg # type: MemoryReference self.ram[x.name][x.offset] = measured_val self.program_counter += 1 elif isinstance(instruction, Declare): if instruction.shared_region is not None: raise NotImplementedError("SHARING is not (yet) implemented.") self.ram[instruction.name] = np.zeros(instruction.memory_size, dtype=QUIL_TO_NUMPY_DTYPE[ instruction.memory_type]) self.program_counter += 1 elif isinstance(instruction, Pragma): # TODO: more stringent checks for what's being pragma'd and warnings self.program_counter += 1 elif isinstance(instruction, Jump): # unconditional Jump; go directly to Label self.program_counter = self.find_label(instruction.target) elif isinstance(instruction, JumpTarget): # Label; pass straight over self.program_counter += 1 elif isinstance(instruction, JumpConditional): # JumpConditional; check classical reg x = instruction.condition # type: MemoryReference cond = self.ram[x.name][x.offset] if not isinstance(cond, (bool, np.bool, np.int8)): raise ValueError("{} requires a data type of BIT; not {}" .format(instruction.op, type(cond))) dest_index = self.find_label(instruction.target) if isinstance(instruction, JumpWhen): jump_if_cond = True elif isinstance(instruction, JumpUnless): jump_if_cond = False else: raise TypeError("Invalid JumpConditional") if not (cond ^ jump_if_cond): # jumping: set prog counter to JumpTarget self.program_counter = dest_index else: # not jumping: hop over this JumpConditional self.program_counter += 1 elif isinstance(instruction, UnaryClassicalInstruction): # UnaryClassicalInstruction; set classical reg target = instruction.target # type:MemoryReference old = self.ram[target.name][target.offset] if isinstance(instruction, ClassicalNeg): if not isinstance(old, (int, float, np.int, np.float)): raise ValueError("NEG requires a data type of REAL or INTEGER; not {}" .format(type(old))) self.ram[target.name][target.offset] *= -1 elif isinstance(instruction, ClassicalNot): if not isinstance(old, (bool, np.bool)): raise ValueError("NOT requires a data type of BIT; not {}" .format(type(old))) self.ram[target.name][target.offset] = not old else: raise TypeError("Invalid UnaryClassicalInstruction") self.program_counter += 1 elif isinstance(instruction, (LogicalBinaryOp, ArithmeticBinaryOp, ClassicalMove)): left_ind = instruction.left # type: MemoryReference left_val = self.ram[left_ind.name][left_ind.offset] if isinstance(instruction.right, MemoryReference): right_ind = instruction.right # type: MemoryReference right_val = self.ram[right_ind.name][right_ind.offset] else: right_val = instruction.right if isinstance(instruction, ClassicalAnd): new_val = left_val & right_val elif isinstance(instruction, ClassicalInclusiveOr): new_val = left_val | right_val elif isinstance(instruction, ClassicalExclusiveOr): new_val = left_val ^ right_val elif isinstance(instruction, ClassicalAdd): new_val = left_val + right_val elif isinstance(instruction, ClassicalSub): new_val = left_val - right_val elif isinstance(instruction, ClassicalMul): new_val = left_val * right_val elif isinstance(instruction, ClassicalDiv): new_val = left_val / right_val elif isinstance(instruction, ClassicalMove): new_val = right_val else: raise ValueError("Unknown BinaryOp {}".format(type(instruction))) self.ram[left_ind.name][left_ind.offset] = new_val self.program_counter += 1 elif isinstance(instruction, ClassicalExchange): left_ind = instruction.left # type: MemoryReference right_ind = instruction.right # type: MemoryReference tmp = self.ram[left_ind.name][left_ind.offset] self.ram[left_ind.name][left_ind.offset] = self.ram[right_ind.name][right_ind.offset] self.ram[right_ind.name][right_ind.offset] = tmp self.program_counter += 1 elif isinstance(instruction, Reset): self.wf_simulator.reset() self.program_counter += 1 elif isinstance(instruction, ResetQubit): # TODO raise NotImplementedError("Need to implement in wf simulator") self.program_counter += 1 elif isinstance(instruction, Wait): warnings.warn("WAIT does nothing for a noiseless simulator") self.program_counter += 1 elif isinstance(instruction, Nop): # well that was easy self.program_counter += 1 elif isinstance(instruction, DefGate): if instruction.parameters is not None and len(instruction.parameters) > 0: raise NotImplementedError("PyQVM does not support parameterized DEFGATEs") self.defined_gates[instruction.name] = instruction.name self.program_counter += 1 elif isinstance(instruction, RawInstr): raise NotImplementedError("PyQVM does not support raw instructions. " "Parse your program") elif isinstance(instruction, Halt): return True else: raise ValueError("Unsupported instruction type: {}".format(instruction)) # return HALTED (i.e. program_counter is end of program) return self.program_counter == len(self.program) def execute(self, program: Program): """ Execute one outer loop of a program on the QVM. Note that the QAM is stateful. Subsequent calls to :py:func:`execute` will not automatically reset the wavefunction or the classical RAM. If this is desired, consider starting your program with ``RESET``. :return: ``self`` to support method chaining. """ # initialize program counter self.program = program self.program_counter = 0 halted = len(program) == 0 while not halted: halted = self.transition() return self