﻿GatesExtension Methods
 GatesExtension Methods A Sandcastle Documented Class Library

The GatesExtension type exposes the following members.

Methods

NameDescription  CNot

Performs a controlled not operation (C-NOT Gate). The target bit gets inverted if the control bit is enabled. The operation can be written as the unitary operation matrix:   CPhaseShift

Performs a conditional phase kick (or phase shift) on the registers' state by the angle PI / 2 ^ dist. The operation is represented by the unitary matrix:   Gate1

Performs any arbitrary unitary operation on target qubit. The operation is described by unitary matrix of complex numbers, as follows:   Hadamard

Applies the Hadamard gate to the target qubit. The unitary matrix for this operation is:   InverseCPhaseShift

Performs a inversed conditional phase kick (or phase shift) on the registers' state by the angle PI / 2 ^ dist. The operation is represented by the unitary matrix:   PhaseKick

Performs a phase kick (or phase shift) on the the registers' state. The operation is represented by the unitary matrix: The controlled version of this operation can be written as an other unitary matrix:   PhaseScale

Adds a global phase on the registers' state. The operation is represented by the unitary matrix:   Reset  RotateX

Performs a rotation of the target qubit about the x-axis of the Bloch sphere. The angle of rotation is given in first argument (double gamma). The unitary matrix of this operation is:   RotateY

Performs a rotation of the target qubit about the y-axis of the Bloch sphere. The angle of rotation is given in first argument (double gamma). The operation is represented by the unitary matrix:   RotateZ

Performs a rotation of the target qubit about the z-axis of the Bloch sphere. The angle of rotation is given in first argument (double gamma). The operation is represented by the unitary matrix:   SigmaX

Performs a Sigma X Pauli's Gate on target qubit. Actually, it is a simple Not. The unitary operation matrix is:   SigmaY

Performs a Sigma Y Pauli's Gate on target qubit. The operation is represented by unitary matrix:   SigmaZ

Performs a Sigma Z Pauli's Gate on target qubit. The operation is represented by unitary matrix:   SqrtX

Performs the Square Root of Not on the target qubit. The Square Root of Not Gate is such a gate, that applied twice, performs Not operation. The operation can be represented as the unitary matrix:   Toffoli

Applies Toffoli gate. If all of the control bits are enabled, the target bit gets inverted. This gate with more than two control bits is not considered elementary and is not available on all physical realizations of a quantum computer. Toffoli gate with two control bits can be represented by unitary matrix: Top