Compiling quantamorphisms for the IBM Q Experience

@article{Neri2021CompilingQF,
  title={Compiling quantamorphisms for the IBM Q Experience},
  author={Ana Neri and Rui Soares Barbosa and Jos{\'e} Nuno Oliveira},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2010.10510}
}
Based on the connection between the categorical derivation of classical programs from specifications and the category-theoretic approach to quantum physics, this paper contributes to extending the laws of classical program algebra to quantum programming. This aims at building correct-by-construction quantum circuits to be deployed on quantum devices such as those available at the IBM Q Experience. Quantum circuit reversibility is ensured by minimal complements, extended recursively… 
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