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High-performance state-vector emulator of a gate-based quantum processor implemented in the Rust programming language

@inproceedings{Luchnikov2022HighperformanceSE,
  title={High-performance state-vector emulator of a gate-based quantum processor implemented in the Rust programming language},
  author={Ilya A. Luchnikov and Oleg E. Tatarkin and Aleksey K. Fedorov},
  year={2022}
}
We propose a high-performance state-vector emulator of a gate-based quantum processors developed in the Rust programming language. It supports OpenQASM 2.0 programming language [1] for quantum circuits specification and has a user-friendly Python based API. We present a wide range of numerical benchmarks of the emulator. We expect that our emulator will be used for design and validation of new quantum algorithms. 

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