Executing quantum circuits on currently available quantum computers requires compiling them to a representation that conforms to all restrictions imposed by the targeted architecture. Due to the limited connectivity of the devices’ physical qubits, …

Quantum computing is gaining serious momentum in these days. With increasing capabilities of corresponding devices also comes the need for efficient and automated tools to design them. Verification, i.e., ensuring that the originally intended …

In the not-so-distant future, quantum computing will change the way we tackle certain problems. It promises to dramatically speed-up many chemical, financial, cryptographical, and machine-learning applications. However, in order to capitalize on …

Verification of quantum circuits is essential for guaranteeing correctness of quantum algorithms and/or quantum descriptions across various levels of abstraction. In this work, we show that there are promising ways to check the correctness of quantum …

Realizing a conceptual quantum algorithm on an actual physical device necessitates the algorithm's quantum circuit description to undergo certain transformations in order to adhere to all constraints imposed by the hardware. In this regard, the …

High-level descriptions of quantum algorithms do not take the restrictions of physical hardware into account. Therefore actually executing an algorithm in the form of a quantum circuit on a quantum computer requires compiling it for the desired …

The rapid rate of progress in the physical realization of quantum computers sparked the development of elaborate design flows for quantum computations on such devices. Each stage of these flows comes with its own representation of the intended …

Abstract—Quantum computing is gaining considerable momentum through the recent progress in physical realizations of quantum computers. This led to rather sophisticated design flows in which the originally specified quantum functionality is compiled …

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