Jet Documentation




  • Heterogeneous. Runs on a variety of systems, from single-board machines to massively parallel supercomputers.

  • Speed. Accelerates tensor contractions using a novel task-based parallelism approach.

  • Qudits. Models quantum systems with an arbitrary number of basis states.

How to cite

If you are doing research using Jet, please cite our paper:

Trevor Vincent, Lee J. O’Riordan, Mikhail Andrenkov, Jack Brown, Nathan Killoran, Haoyu Qi, and Ish Dhand. Jet: Fast quantum circuit simulations with parallel task-based tensor-network contraction. 2021. arxiv:2107.09793


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The Jet library is free and open source, released under the Apache License, Version 2.0.