Extending XACC for Quantum Optimal Control

@article{Nguyen2020ExtendingXF,
  title={Extending XACC for Quantum Optimal Control},
  author={Thien Nguyen and Anthony Santana and A. McCaskey},
  journal={2020 IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing and Engineering (QCE)},
  year={2020},
  pages={391-401}
}
Quantum computing vendors are beginning to open up application programming interfaces for direct pulse-level quantum control. With this, programmers can begin to describe quantum kernels of execution via sequences of arbitrary pulse shapes. This opens new avenues of research and development with regards to smart quantum compilation routines that enable direct translation of higher-level digital assembly representations to these native pulse instructions. In this work, we present an extension to… Expand

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