Source code for pennylane.ops.op_math.control

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Contains the control transform.
from functools import wraps

import pennylane as qml
from pennylane.tape import QuantumTape, get_active_tape
from pennylane.operation import DecompositionUndefinedError, Operation, AnyWires
from pennylane.wires import Wires
from pennylane.ops.op_math import adjoint

def requeue_ops_in_tape(tape):
    """Requeue all of the operations in a tape directly to the current tape context"""
    for op in tape.operations:

def expand_with_control(tape, control_wire):
    """Expand a tape to include a control wire on all queued operations.

        tape (.QuantumTape): quantum tape to be controlled
        control_wire (int): a single wire to use as the control wire

        .QuantumTape: A new QuantumTape with the controlled operations.
    with QuantumTape(do_queue=False) as new_tape:
        for op in tape.operations:
            if hasattr(op, "_controlled"):
                # Execute the controlled version of the operation
                # and add that the to the tape context.
                # pylint: disable=protected-access
                # Attempt to decompose the operation and apply
                # controls to each gate in the decomposition.
                with new_tape.stop_recording():  # pylint:disable=no-member
                        tmp_tape = op.expand()
                    except DecompositionUndefinedError:
                        with QuantumTape() as tmp_tape:
                                op.matrix(), control_wires=control_wire, wires=op.wires

                tmp_tape = expand_with_control(tmp_tape, control_wire)

    return new_tape

class ControlledOperation(Operation):
    """A Controlled Operation.

    Unless you are a Pennylane plugin developer, **you should NOT directly use this class**,
    instead, use the :func:`qml.ctrl <.ctrl>` function.

    The ``ControlledOperation`` class is a container class that defines a set of operations that
    should by applied relative to a single control wire or a list of control wires.

    Certain simulators and quantum computers can take advantage of the controlled gate sparsity,
    while other devices must rely on the op-by-op decomposition defined by the ``op.expand``

        tape: A QuantumTape. This tape defines the unitary that should be applied relative
            to the control wires.
        control_wires: A wire or set of wires.
        control_values: An int or list of ints indicating the values each control wire should

    grad_method = None
    num_wires = AnyWires

    def __init__(self, tape, control_wires, do_queue=True, control_values=None):
        self.subtape = tape
        """QuantumTape: The tape that defines the underlying operation."""

        if len(self.subtape.operations) == 1:
            self.control_base = self.subtape.operations[0].name
            self.control_base = "MultipleTargets"

        self._control_wires = Wires(control_wires)
        """Wires: The control wires."""

        if control_values is not None:
            self._control_values = (
                [control_values] if isinstance(control_values, int) else control_values

            len_ctrl_wires = len(self.control_wires)
            len_ctrl_values = len(self.control_values)

            assert (
                len_ctrl_wires == len_ctrl_values
            ), f"ControlledOperation: length of control values and wires must match, \
                but are {len_ctrl_values} and {len_ctrl_wires}"
            self._control_values = [1] * len(self.control_wires)
        wires = self.control_wires + tape.wires
        super().__init__(*tape.get_parameters(), wires=wires, do_queue=do_queue)

    def num_params(self):
        return self.subtape.num_params

    def control_wires(self):
        return self._control_wires

    def control_values(self):
        r"""Values the control wires should take.
        For operations that have control wires which are all ``1``,
        this can be set to None.
            list[int]: The values each control wire should take.
        return self._control_values

    def expand(self):
        tape = self.subtape

        for wire in self.control_wires:
            tape = expand_with_control(tape, wire)

        if self.control_values is not None:
            with QuantumTape(do_queue=False) as ctrl_tape:
                for i, val in enumerate(self.control_values):
                    if not bool(val):
                for i, val in enumerate(self.control_values):
                    if not bool(val):

            tape = ctrl_tape
        return tape

    def adjoint(self, do_queue=True):  # pylint: disable=arguments-differ
        """Returns a new ControlledOperation that is equal to the adjoint of `self`"""

        active_tape = get_active_tape()

        if active_tape is not None:
            with get_active_tape().stop_recording(), QuantumTape() as new_tape:
                # Execute all ops adjointed.

            # Not within a queuing context
            with QuantumTape() as new_tape:
                # Execute all ops adjointed.

        return ControlledOperation(
            new_tape, self.control_wires, control_values=self.control_values, do_queue=do_queue

    def _controlled(self, wires):
        new_values = [1] * len(Wires(wires))
            control_wires=Wires(wires) + self.control_wires,
            control_values=new_values + self.control_values,

[docs]def ctrl(fn, control, control_values=None): """Create a method that applies a controlled version of the provided method. Args: fn (function): Any python function that applies pennylane operations. control (Wires): The control wire(s). control_values (int or list[int]): The value(s) the control wire(s) should take. Integers other than 0 or 1 will be treated as ``int(bool(x))``. Returns: function: A new function that applies the controlled equivalent of ``fn``. The returned function takes the same input arguments as ``fn``. **Example** .. code-block:: python3 dev = qml.device('default.qubit', wires=4) def ops(params): qml.RX(params[0], wires=0) qml.RZ(params[1], wires=3) ops1 = qml.ctrl(ops, control=1) ops2 = qml.ctrl(ops, control=2) @qml.qnode(dev) def my_circuit(): ops1(params=[0.123, 0.456]) ops1(params=[0.789, 1.234]) ops2(params=[2.987, 3.654]) ops2(params=[2.321, 1.111]) return qml.state() The above code would be equivalent to .. code-block:: python3 @qml.qnode(dev) def my_circuit2(): # ops1(params=[0.123, 0.456]) qml.CRX(0.123, wires=[1, 0]) qml.CRZ(0.456, wires=[1, 3]) # ops1(params=[0.789, 1.234]) qml.CRX(0.789, wires=[1, 0]) qml.CRZ(1.234, wires=[1, 3]) # ops2(params=[2.987, 3.654]) qml.CRX(2.987, wires=[2, 0]) qml.CRZ(3.654, wires=[2, 3]) # ops2(params=[2.321, 1.111]) qml.CRX(2.321, wires=[2, 0]) qml.CRZ(1.111, wires=[2, 3]) return qml.state() .. Note:: Some devices are able to take advantage of the inherent sparsity of a controlled operation. In those cases, it may be more efficient to use this transform rather than adding controls by hand. For devices that don't have special control support, the operation is expanded to add control wires to each underlying op individually. .. details:: :title: Usage Details **Nesting Controls** The ``ctrl`` transform can be nested with itself arbitrarily. .. code-block:: python3 # These two ops are equivalent. op1 = qml.ctrl(qml.ctrl(ops, 1), 2) op2 = qml.ctrl(ops, [2, 1]) **Control Value Assignment** Control values can be assigned as follows. .. code-block:: python3 op = qml.ctrl(ops, 2, control_values=0) op(params=[0.1, 0.2]) This is equivalent to the following. .. code-block:: python3 qml.PauliX(wires=2) op = qml.ctrl(ops, 2) op(params=[0.1, 0.2]) qml.PauliX(wires=2) """ @wraps(fn) def wrapper(*args, **kwargs): with QuantumTape(do_queue=False) as tape: fn(*args, **kwargs) return ControlledOperation(tape, control, control_values=control_values) return wrapper