How I made a visualization tool for Q# programs during my Microsoft Quantum internship

This article is part of the Q# Advent Calendar 2020. Stay tuned for new posts on quantum computing each day of this Christmas month!

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The field of quantum computing has generated a lot of excitement in recent years with its promise of providing computational powers beyond that of classical computers. Quantum algorithms, such as Shor’s and Grover’s, have exhibited a computational speed-up over any known classical algorithms. These quantum advantages arise by cleverly utilizing quantum properties, such as entanglement, superposition, and interference, to retrieve the answer with high probability.

Although the potential applications of quantum computing can revolutionize industries (e.g…

Raphael Koh

⟨ Software Engineer | Quantum Physicist ⟩

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