Basic use of Processor¶

This example contains the basic functions of qutip.qip.device.Processor. We define a simulator with control Hamiltonian, pulse amplitude and time slice for each pulse. The two figures illustrate the pulse shape for two different setup: step function or continuous pulse.

  • plot qip intro processor
  • plot qip intro processor

Out:

(<Figure size 1200x600 with 1 Axes>, [<AxesSubplot:>])

import copy
import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
pi = np.pi
from qutip.qip.device import Processor
from qutip.operators import sigmaz
from qutip.states import basis

processor = Processor(N=1)
processor.add_control(sigmaz(), targets=0)

tlist = np.linspace(0., 2*np.pi, 20)
processor = Processor(N=1, spline_kind="step_func")
processor.add_control(sigmaz(), 0)
processor.pulses[0].tlist = tlist
processor.pulses[0].coeff = np.array([np.sin(t) for t in tlist])
processor.plot_pulses()

tlist = np.linspace(0., 2*np.pi, 20)
processor = Processor(N=1, spline_kind="cubic")
processor.add_control(sigmaz())
processor.pulses[0].tlist = tlist
processor.pulses[0].coeff = np.array([np.sin(t) for t in tlist])
processor.plot_pulses()

Total running time of the script: ( 0 minutes 2.578 seconds)

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