Introducing Simulation

Introducing Simulation

Introducing Simulation

The field of quantum simulation is divided into two parts: laboratory simulation and computer simulation.
In laboratory quantum simulation, quantum systems that are controllable are used to reproduce the behavior of inaccessible quantum systems that are difficult to investigate in the laboratory. Simulation is usually inefficient for standard classical computers. In general, classical simulation of quantum systems requires a great deal of resources which increases with the size of the system.
In general, the purpose of quantum simulation is to: identify interesting and important models that are computationally difficult for classical simulations, develop validation tools, and validate quantum simulation results, as well as design experimental and functional alignments with Sufficient and yet high degrees of freedom to control its quantum parameters.
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