pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS

Variables for working with the a qutrit model containing Idle, X(pi/2) and Y(pi/2) and Molmer-Sorenson gates.

Module Contents

Functions

processor_spec()

target_model([parameterization_type, sim_type])

Returns a copy of the target model in the given parameterization.

Attributes

description

gates

prepStrs

effectStrs

germs

germs_lite

legacy_germs

legacy_germs_lite

legacy_gs_target

global_fidPairs

pergerm_fidPairsDict

global_fidPairs_lite

pergerm_fidPairsDict_lite

pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS.description = "'Idle, symmetric X(pi/2), symmetric Y(pi/2), and Molmer-Sorenson gates'"
pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS.gates = "['Gi', 'Gx', 'Gy', 'Gm']"
pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS.prepStrs
pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS.effectStrs
pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS.germs
pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS.germs_lite
pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS.legacy_germs
pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS.legacy_germs_lite
pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS.processor_spec()
pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS.target_model(parameterization_type='full', sim_type='auto')

Returns a copy of the target model in the given parameterization.

Parameters

parameterization_type{“TP”, “CPTP”, “H+S”, “S”, … }

The gate and SPAM vector parameterization type. See Model.set_all_parameterizations() for all allowed values.

sim_type{“auto”, “matrix”, “map”, “termorder:X” }

The simulator type to be used for model calculations (leave as “auto” if you’re not sure what this is).

Returns

Model

pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS.legacy_gs_target
pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS.global_fidPairs = '[(0, 0), (0, 4), (3, 6), (4, 5), (5, 3), (7, 5), (7, 6), (8, 4)]'
pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS.pergerm_fidPairsDict
pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS.global_fidPairs_lite = '[(0, 1), (3, 0), (4, 0), (4, 5), (4, 6), (5, 2), (5, 3), (5, 5), (6, 6), (8, 0), (8, 1), (8, 6)]'
pygsti.modelpacks.legacy.stdQT_XYIMS.pergerm_fidPairsDict_lite