# Quantum computer-aided design: digital quantum simulation of quantum processors

@article{Kyaw2020QuantumCD, title={Quantum computer-aided design: digital quantum simulation of quantum processors}, author={Thi Ha Kyaw and T Menke and Sukin Sim and Abhinav Anand and Nicolas P. D. Sawaya and William D. Oliver and Gian Giacomo Guerreschi and Al{\'a}n Aspuru‐Guzik}, journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics}, year={2020} }

With the increasing size of quantum processors, sub-modules that constitute the processor hardware will become too large to accurately simulate on a classical computer. Therefore, one would soon have to fabricate and test each new design primitive and parameter choice in time-consuming coordination between design, fabrication, and experimental validation. Here we show how one can design and test the performance of next-generation quantum hardware by using existing quantum computers. Focusing on…

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