Qrisp: A Framework for Compilable High-Level Programming of Gate-Based Quantum Computers
The recent advances of quantum computation hardware spark realistic hopes to achieve commercially relevant quantum advantage in less than a decade. While the physics side of quantum computing makes significant progress, the support for high-level quantum programming abstractions is still in its infancy compared to modern classical languages and frameworks. In this article we present Qrisp, a framework which aims to bridge several of the existing gaps between the abstract high-level programming paradigms of state-of-the art software engineering and the physical reality of today’s quantum hardware. The goal of the framework is to provide a uniform high-level programming interface, abstraction and low-level backend interface for different hardware platforms. We specify a simple and expressive syntax which nevertheless compiles to efficient circuits. Compared to many other high-level language approaches, Qrisps most outstanding feature is that it’s programs are compiled to the circuit level and can thus be executed on most of today’s physical backends.
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Raphael Seidel Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems, Sebastian Bock Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems, Nikolay Tcholtchev Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems, Manfred Hauswirth Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems, TU BerlinFile Attached