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""" The Unitary Vibrational Coupled-Cluster Ansatz. """

from __future__ import annotations

import logging
from functools import partial
from typing import Callable, Sequence

from qiskit.circuit import QuantumCircuit
from qiskit.circuit.library import EvolvedOperatorAnsatz

from qiskit_nature import QiskitNatureError
from qiskit_nature.second_q.mappers import QubitMapper, TaperedQubitMapper
from qiskit_nature.second_q.operators import SparseLabelOp, VibrationalOp

from .utils.vibration_excitation_generator import generate_vibration_excitations

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[documentos]class UVCC(EvolvedOperatorAnsatz): """ This trial wavefunction is a Unitary Vibrational Coupled-Cluster ansatz. This method constructs the requested excitations based on a :class:`~qiskit_nature.second_q.circuit.library.VSCF` reference state by default. When setting up a ``VQE`` algorithm using this ansatz and initial state, it is likely you will also want to use a :class:`~qiskit_nature.second_q.algorithms.initial_points.VSCFInitialPoint` that has been configured using the corresponding ansatz parameters. This can be done as follows: .. code-block:: python qubit_mapper = JordanWignerMapper() uvcc = UVCC([2, 2], 'sd', qubit_mapper) vscf_initial_point = VSCFInitialPoint() vscf_initial_point.ansatz = uvcc initial_point = vscf_initial_point.to_numpy_array() vqe = VQE(Estimator(), uvcc, SLSQP(), initial_point=initial_point) For more information, see Ollitrault Pauline J., Chemical science 11 (2020): 6842-6855. """ _EXCITATION_TYPE = { "s": 1, "d": 2, "t": 3, "q": 4, } def __init__( self, num_modals: list[int] | None = None, excitations: str | int | list[int] | Callable[ [int, tuple[int, int]], list[tuple[tuple[int, ...], tuple[int, ...]]], ] | None = None, qubit_mapper: QubitMapper | None = None, *, reps: int = 1, initial_state: QuantumCircuit | None = None, ) -> None: # pylint: disable=unused-argument """ Args: num_modals: A list defining the number of modals per mode. E.g. for a 3 modes system with 4 modals per mode ``num_modals = [4, 4, 4]``. excitations: This can be any of the following types: :`str`: Contains the types of excitations. Allowed characters are: ``'s'`` for singles, ``'d'`` for doubles, ``'t'`` for triples, and ``'q'`` for quadruples. :`int`: A single, positive integer which denotes the number of excitations (``1 == 's'``, ``2 == 'd'``, etc.). :`list[int]`: A list of positive integers generalizing the above to multiple numbers of excitations (``[1, 2] == 'sd'``, etc.). :`Callable`: A function which is used to generate the excitations. The callable must take the *keyword* argument ``num_modals`` (with identical type to that explained above) and must return a ``list[tuple[tuple[int, ...], tuple[int, ...]]]``. For more information on how to write such a callable refer to the default method :meth:`~qiskit_nature.\ second_q.circuit.library.ansatzes.utils.generate_vibration_excitations`. qubit_mapper: The :class:`~qiskit_nature.second_q.mappers.QubitMapper` which takes care of mapping to a qubit operator. reps: The number of repetitions of basic module. initial_state: A ``QuantumCircuit`` object to prepend to the circuit. Note that this setting does *not* influence the ``excitations``. When relying on the default generation method (i.e. not providing a ``Callable`` to ``excitations``), these will always be constructed with respect to a :class:`~qiskit_nature.second_q.circuit.library.VSCF` reference state. When setting up a ``VQE`` algorithm using this ansatz and initial state, it is likely you will also want to use a :class:`~qiskit_nature.second_q.algorithms.initial_points.VSCFInitialPoint` that has been configured using the corresponding ansatz parameters. """ self._qubit_mapper = qubit_mapper self._num_modals = num_modals self._excitations = excitations super().__init__(reps=reps, initial_state=initial_state) # To give read access to the actual excitation list that UVCC is using. self._excitation_list: list[tuple[tuple[int, ...], tuple[int, ...]]] | None = None # We cache these, because the generation may be quite expensive (depending on the generator) # and the user may want quick access to inspect these. Also, it speeds up testing for the # same reason! self._excitation_ops: list[SparseLabelOp] | None = None # Our parent, EvolvedOperatorAnsatz, sets qregs when it knows the # number of qubits, which it gets from the operators. Getting the # operators here will build them if configuration already allows. # This will allow the circuit to be fully built/valid when it's # possible at this stage. _ = self.operators @property def qubit_mapper(self) -> QubitMapper | None: """The qubit operator mapper.""" return self._qubit_mapper @qubit_mapper.setter def qubit_mapper(self, mapper: QubitMapper) -> None: """Sets the qubit operator mapper.""" self._operators = None self._invalidate() self._qubit_mapper = mapper @property def num_modals(self) -> list[int] | None: """The number of modals.""" return self._num_modals @num_modals.setter def num_modals(self, num_modals: list[int]) -> None: """Sets the number of modals.""" self._operators = None self._invalidate() self._num_modals = num_modals @property def excitations(self) -> str | int | list[int] | Callable | None: """The excitations.""" return self._excitations @excitations.setter def excitations(self, exc: str | int | list[int] | Callable) -> None: """Sets the excitations.""" self._operators = None self._invalidate() self._excitations = exc @property def excitation_list(self) -> list[tuple[tuple[int, ...], tuple[int, ...]]] | None: """The excitation list that UVCC is using.""" if self._excitation_list is None: # If the excitation_list is None build it out alongside the operators if the ucc config # checks out ok, otherwise it will be left as None to be built at some later time. _ = self.operators return self._excitation_list @EvolvedOperatorAnsatz.operators.getter def operators(self): # pylint: disable=invalid-overridden-method """The operators that are evolved in this circuit. Returns: list: The operators to be evolved contained in this ansatz or None if the configuration is not complete """ # Overriding the getter to build the operators on demand when they are # requested, if they are still set to None. operators = super(UVCC, self.__class__).operators.__get__(self) if operators is None or operators == [None]: # If the operators are None build them out if the uvcc config checks out ok, otherwise # they will be left as None to be built at some later time. if self._check_uvcc_configuration(raise_on_failure=False): # The qubit operators are cached by `EvolvedOperatorAnsatz` class. We only generate # them from the `SparseLabelOp`s produced by the generators, if they're not # already present. This behavior also enables the adaptive usage of the `UVCC` class # by algorithms such as `AdaptVQE`. excitation_ops = self.excitation_ops() logger.debug("Converting second-quantized into qubit operators...") # Convert operators according to saved state in mapper from the conversion of the # main operator since these need to be compatible. If Z2 Symmetry tapering was done # it may be that one or more excitation operators do not commute with the symmetry. # The converted operators are maintained at the same index by the mapper # inserting ``None`` as the result if an operator did not commute. To ensure that # the ``excitation_list`` is transformed identically to the operators, we retain # ``None`` for non-commuting operators in order to manually remove them in unison. if isinstance(self.qubit_mapper, TaperedQubitMapper): operators = self.qubit_mapper.map_clifford(excitation_ops) operators = self.qubit_mapper.taper_clifford(operators, suppress_none=False) else: operators = self.qubit_mapper.map(excitation_ops) self._filter_operators(operators=operators) return super(UVCC, self.__class__).operators.__get__(self) def _filter_operators(self, operators): valid_operators, valid_excitations = [], [] for op, ex in zip(operators, self._excitation_list): if op is not None: valid_operators.append(op) valid_excitations.append(ex) self._excitation_list = valid_excitations self.operators = valid_operators def _invalidate(self): self._excitation_ops = None super()._invalidate() def _check_configuration(self, raise_on_failure: bool = True) -> bool: # Check our local config is valid first. The super class will check the # operators by getting them, and if we detect they are still None they # will be built so that its valid check will end up passing in that regard. if not self._check_uvcc_configuration(raise_on_failure): return False return super()._check_configuration(raise_on_failure) def _check_uvcc_configuration(self, raise_on_failure: bool = True) -> bool: # Check the local config, separated out that it can be checked via build # or ahead of building operators to make sure everything needed is present. if self.num_modals is None: if raise_on_failure: raise ValueError("The number of modals cannot be 'None`.") return False if any(b < 0 for b in self.num_modals): if raise_on_failure: raise ValueError( "The number of modals cannot contain negative values but is ", self.num_modals, ) return False if self.excitations is None: if raise_on_failure: raise ValueError("The excitations cannot be `None`.") return False if self.qubit_mapper is None: if raise_on_failure: raise ValueError("The qubit_mapper cannot be `None`.") return False return True
[documentos] def excitation_ops(self) -> list[SparseLabelOp]: """Parses the excitations and generates the list of operators. Raises: QiskitNatureError: if invalid excitations are specified. Returns: The list of generated excitation operators. """ if self._excitation_ops is not None: return self._excitation_ops excitation_list = self._get_excitation_list() logger.debug("Converting excitations into SparseLabelOps...") excitation_ops = self._build_vibration_excitation_ops(excitation_list) self._excitation_list = excitation_list self._excitation_ops = excitation_ops return excitation_ops
def _get_excitation_list(self) -> list[tuple[tuple[int, ...], tuple[int, ...]]]: generators = self._get_excitation_generators() logger.debug("Generating excitation list...") excitations = [] for gen in generators: excitations.extend( gen( # pylint: disable=not-callable num_modals=self.num_modals, ) ) return excitations def _get_excitation_generators(self) -> list[Callable]: logger.debug("Gathering excitation generators...") generators: list[Callable] = [] if isinstance(self.excitations, str): for exc in self.excitations: generators.append( partial( generate_vibration_excitations, num_excitations=self._EXCITATION_TYPE[exc], ) ) elif isinstance(self.excitations, int): generators.append( partial( generate_vibration_excitations, num_excitations=self.excitations, ) ) elif isinstance(self.excitations, list): for exc in self.excitations: # type: ignore generators.append( partial( generate_vibration_excitations, num_excitations=exc, ) ) elif callable(self.excitations): generators = [self.excitations] else: raise QiskitNatureError(f"Invalid excitation configuration: {self.excitations}") return generators def _build_vibration_excitation_ops(self, excitations: Sequence) -> list[VibrationalOp]: """Builds all possible excitation operators with the given number of excitations for the specified number of particles distributed in the number of orbitals. Args: excitations: the list of excitations. Returns: The list of excitation operators in the second quantized formalism. """ operators = [] for exc in excitations: label = [] for occ in exc[0]: label.append(f"+_{VibrationalOp.build_dual_index(self.num_modals, occ)}") for unocc in exc[1]: label.append(f"-_{VibrationalOp.build_dual_index(self.num_modals, unocc)}") op = VibrationalOp({" ".join(label): 1}, self.num_modals) op -= op.adjoint() # we need to account for an additional imaginary phase in the exponent accumulated from # the first-order trotterization routine implemented in Qiskit op *= 1j # type: ignore operators.append(op) return operators